The quantum economy is a description of how the economy works, not how it should work. For decades, we perfected the art of being right. We followed without contradiction, an idea of the absolute, a binary way of thinking, 0 and 1, which suggest a certain solution and is thus designed for finiteness. As in quantum physics, however, the economy is about probabilities, possibilities, and progress in light of an infinite view. Infinity means not winning or losing but playing along for as long as possible.
Quantum technology is destined to be the most profoundly transformative technology that humans have ever uncovered. It will transform our way of life, both socially and economically, in ways that we can‘t yet fully grasp. Unprecedentedly dynamic, it’s poised to address problems spanning all present industries, making the impossible possible.
The past fifty years have demonstrated that “crises,” countless calls to action, and eco-hysteria, do not lead to sufficient change. With the outbreak of the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, the underlying flaws in the systems have been further revealed. By shaping the quantum economy, humanity will be able to tackle the ecological and societal challenges of our time.