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Daiki announces support for the Stanford Center for Responsible Quantum Technology

The Stanford Center for Responsible Quantum Technology aims to connect the quantum community to explore how to balance maximizing the benefits and mitigating the risks of a new class of applied quantum technologies

Daiki has announced its support of the Stanford Center for Responsible Quantum Technology. The mission of the Center is to ensure societal and ethical considerations are incorporated in the development, research, and application of quantum technologies. The Center is founded and directed by Mauritz Kop, General Counsel at Daiki and Stanford Law School TTLF Fellow. 

The Stanford Center for Responsible Quantum Technology aims to connect the quantum community to explore how to balance maximizing the benefits and mitigating the risks of a new class of applied quantum technologies, including but not limited to computation, simulation, sensing, materials & devices, cryptography, and quantum-classical hybrid approaches.

The Center emphasizes principles that safeguard, engage, and advance quantum technology, society, and humanity, taking a pro-innovation stance.

It aims to balance protecting society via establishing safeguards and advancing quantum-driven progress through incentivizing innovation. This also includes fostering public discourse on quantum technologies and promoting collaboration across various scientific disciplines.

On May 20th, the Center will host the 2nd annual Stanford Responsible Quantum Technology Conference (RQT 2.0). RQT 2.0 is an interdisciplinary law conference including presentations on quantum algorithms, simulation, responsible quantum technology frameworks, national security, quantum cryptography, intellectual property, antitrust, ethics, and quantum in life sciences, among other topics. Daiki’s Chief Sales Officer, Kevin Michael Gibney, will join the industry panel at RQT 2.0, taking part in the discussion about cutting-edge quantum use cases and innovations.

Daiki shares the Center’s vision that ensuring the responsible use of quantum technology is crucial to this pioneering technology’s future success.

Our commitment to the responsible use and deployment of AI also extends to quantum technologies. We look forward to collaborating with the Center to explore how ethics can be applied to the quantum domain, while taking into account legal, socio-economic, and policy considerations.

“It is important to set the right course in this fascinating technology at an early stage. At Daiki, we look forward to helping teams and organizations put RQT principles into practice to develop exciting and responsible quantum applications”, said Jona Boeddinghaus, Daiki CEO & Strategy Lead.

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