Ilana Wisby, CEO and founder of Oxford Quantum Circuits, discusses pioneering quantum computing-as-a-service, the quantum scene in the UK, and how the industry will scale up.
Established African banks have enjoyed profitable banking markets for decades but face growing competition from fintech companies using the latest blockchain technology.
The court case of Elizabeth Holmes, accused of defrauding investors in Theranos, shows the pitfalls of blind faith investment in deep tech. There is a better way.
Start-ups can't get the funding they require in Europe and must turn to the US. This is the common consensus, but as Martin Kaspar writes, it is also outdated.
The quantum computing space has seen partnerships between leading start-ups and Big Tech flourish, but when will these courtships end in marriage?
If the UK is to match its cohort of top global ecosystems in the creation of unicorns it must first fix the funding gap that exists when a start-up begins to scale up.
Tel Aviv’s thriving tech scene has continued to attract foreign investment throughout the pandemic, but labour shortages remain a big challenge.
The UK has a long history of innovation; however, its start-ups are struggling to scale up. The British aversion to risk and success is partly to blame, along with a poor funding infrastructure.
PsiQuantum is one of a group of leading start-ups in quantum computing. With a more pragmatic approach than its peers, the company hopes to build the world's first 'useful' quantum computer.
The development of autonomous vehicles continues, but are a lack of public trust, issues regarding liability over accidents and financial woes linked to Covid-19 putting off would-be investors?