Exploring the Frontiers of Quantum Computing in India through National Quantum Mission

July 25 at 2:40 pm
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The emerging field of quantum computing has generated a lot of excitement globally, including in India. Economic goals, scientific ambitions, and strategic considerations influence India’s perspective on quantum computing. India is leveraging quantum computing for scientific advancements, economic development, and national security. With capabilities beyond traditional computers, quantum computing holds tremendous promise for solving complex problems. In response to this realization, India has launched the National Quantum Mission to achieve exponential economic growth and development. The goal of the National Quantum Mission (NQM), authorized by the Union Cabinet on April 19, 2023, is to seed, nurture, and scale up scientific and industry R&D and establish a dynamic and inventive ecosystem in quantum technology (QT). The NQM is expected to cost Rs. 6003.65 crore from 2023 to 2031. This investment would foster the nation’s ecosystem, spur economic growth driven by quantum technology, and position India as a pioneer in advancing quantum technologies and applications (QTA). The National Quantum Mission may be driven by combining Indian philosophy and quantum computing, offering a unique and insightful perspective. India has the potential to lead in technology and promote a more ethical understanding of the quantum universe by integrating the profound insights of Indian philosophy with the latest developments in quantum technology. This comprehensive approach can pave the way for innovative thinking, ethical advancement, and the harmonious coexistence of technology and moral principles. The Mission will also boost national priorities like Digital India, Make in India, Skill India, Stand-up India, Start-up India, Self-reliant India, and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
Dr. Shyam Krishan Joshi, Assistant Professor, AI Research Centre, Woxsen University
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Exploring the Frontiers of Quantum Computing in India through National Quantum Mission

July 25 @ 2:40 pm - 3:00 pm

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The emerging field of quantum computing has generated a lot of excitement globally, including in India. Economic goals, scientific ambitions, and strategic considerations influence India’s perspective on quantum computing. India is leveraging quantum computing for scientific advancements, economic development, and national security. With capabilities beyond traditional computers, quantum computing holds tremendous promise for solving complex problems. In response to this realization, India has launched the National Quantum Mission to achieve exponential economic growth and development. The goal of the National Quantum Mission (NQM), authorized by the Union Cabinet on April 19, 2023, is to seed, nurture, and scale up scientific and industry R&D and establish a dynamic and inventive ecosystem in quantum technology (QT). The NQM is expected to cost Rs. 6003.65 crore from 2023 to 2031. This investment would foster the nation’s ecosystem, spur economic growth driven by quantum technology, and position India as a pioneer in advancing quantum technologies and applications (QTA). The National Quantum Mission may be driven by combining Indian philosophy and quantum computing, offering a unique and insightful perspective. India has the potential to lead in technology and promote a more ethical understanding of the quantum universe by integrating the profound insights of Indian philosophy with the latest developments in quantum technology. This comprehensive approach can pave the way for innovative thinking, ethical advancement, and the harmonious coexistence of technology and moral principles. The Mission will also boost national priorities like Digital India, Make in India, Skill India, Stand-up India, Start-up India, Self-reliant India, and Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).


Dr. Shyam Krishan Joshi, Assistant Professor, AI Research Centre, Woxsen University

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