As mid-career resets go, investment banker Srinivasa Rao Aluri’s was nothing out of the ordinary. After 16 years as an investor, Aluri was bowing to burnout, but also keeping an eagle eye on the next big thing. While still at US-based bank Morgan Stanley, when deal-making was getting to him, Aluri had enrolled in the first batch of Global Executive Leadership Programme at Yale University in the country. During this time, he also spent time at the Singularity University on the west coast near Stanford. Seeds were sown at Singularity but saplings grew when he later spent a month as a monk at a monastery in Nepal.
QNu Labs wants to future-proof today’s data
With quantum computing advancing in leaps and bounds, quantum cyber attacks aren’t a possibility as much as an inevitability. Four-year-old QNu Labs is waging a lonely battle to develop India’s quantum cryptography capabilities
Quantum computing is an everyday threat to digital communications that’ll poke governments and enterprises
Israel and China are ahead in the industry; other countries banded together to form the Quantum Alliance Initiative
QNu Labs, the only Indian company in the QAI, is projected to earn $2 million in revenue for the current fiscal year
A general-purpose quantum computer may not arrive anytime soon; however, it is no longer a question of if but when