It seems that Quantum Computing is the answer to the growth of In Business Intelligence (IBM, Cognos, Oracle, and HP are just a few of the giants). We read about new technologies every day. I want to start by clarifying some of the definitions I have for Quantum Computing. It seems Quantum Computing can be defined as computing based on properties of space, time, and energy that cannot be computed by any finite or even colossal scale machine. If that definition is correct, then there is a possibility to solve systems of problems, one problem at a time, by producing accurate answers as a result of combining the results of solving many smaller issues at the same time.
The In Business Intelligence (IBI) field has grown as a result of this new field. In addition to IBM, among the other names are Cognos, Cray, Hewlett Packard, and Oracle. These names all specialize in machine learning and different types of quantum computers. This brings up an interesting question as to why we need such a new field. These companies are all world-class in many areas but cannot seem to solve systems of problems. The answer appears to be that they do not have an algorithm; they can not compute the “problems,” or it is too expensive.
While it might not be right for all these companies, this is probably the case for most In Business Intelligence companies. In addition to the companies mentioned above, we have major giants like Google, Apple, Cisco, and Microsoft, who are creating many AI’s as part of their business. IBM is also said to be working on quantum computing. It appears that the In Business Intelligence (IBM, Cognos, Oracle, and HP are just a few of the giants) fields that have only been growing. In other words, it will likely increase substantially as a result of this new field.
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