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There is an enormous gap between quantum talent and what is required by the level of quantum investment, which is growing 20% per year. Such quantum-related investments will fail if there isn’t enough talent to support it. Quantum-as-a-service could change that. QaaS allows researchers, who otherwise would not have access to the technology, to learn quantum-related skills. QaaS provides quantum resources over the internet on a pay-as-you-go basis access to the technology, meaning no long-term commitment or staggering capital investment. Other quantum educational tools exist. Nvidia developed the Quantum Optimized Device Architecture platform (QODA), a platform that makes quantum computing more accessible by providing a single, centralized environment in which developers can program quantum and classical applications. Microsoft and IBM are among the companies that have announced plans to use this framework.

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