Spooky realm of infinite possibility


Quantum technology has the potential to transform the world in ways we can barely imagine, reports Kai Bongs.

Imagine a future in which you control your car or computer just by thinking what you want it to do; where sustainable cities make use of underground space, we can look into the ground and see the location of pipes, mines, sinkholes, mineral and oil and understand ground water and climate; where dementia can be actively controlled and supermarkets offer scanners to determine your skin type, recommending the correct lotion. These, and many more things, are visions offered by quantum technology.