In the wake of the U.S. White House announcing a $1 billion research push for AI and quantum computing for national security, Geospatial Alpha is hosting an event on September 10 entitled, “Quantum Technologies and Geospatial Intelligence.”
This event will feature Dr. Rupak Biswas, the Director of Exploration Technology at NASA Ames, who also leads the emerging quantum computing effort at NASA.
The Geospatial Alpha quantum event will also feature Christopher Savoie, Founder and CEO of Zapata Computing who will explain the US-China Quantum Race.
Geospatial Alpha was formed in 2019 to build the authority in geospatial intelligence, as a thought-leader, investor, mentor, and advisor, in order to expose and engage the potential in geospatial data and intelligence. Geospatial Alpha is a leader in deep, geospatial tech and advises private investors and enterprises, such as ESA and Airbus, and is a leader in geospatial mentorship with a global portfolio of ground-breaking startups.
The Geospatial Alpha quantum event will also expose the potential of quantum sensors for geospatial intelligence with…
Rachele Cocks of L3Harris
Tatjana Curcic of DARPA
… who will probe the future of quantum computing for distributed vehicles.
Also joining this informative event will be Sreeja Nag of NASA Ames and Nuro and Gaurav Bansal of John Deere, and finally, project the impact of quantum computing for climate risk investing with Bob Liscouski of Quantum Computing Inc., Mark McDivitt of State Street Corp., Libby Bernick, formerly of Morningstar and S&P Global, and Kyle Story of Descartes Labs.