Director of Global Innovation at Valorem Reply
There's little doubt that Quantum Computing is one of the most transformational technologies happening. Although today's Quantum Computers are still in their infancy with limited compactional power in the form of Qubits, but Q-Day is coming, the day when Quantum Advantage will be readily available that is deprecating today’s cryptography. Even with the hardware infancy, Quantum-inspired computing (QIC) already provides significant advantages for things like Quantum Machine Learning (QML) and Quantum-Inspired Optimization (QIO).
In this session Rene will explain the concepts and technologies supporting these transformative computing paradigm changes and will show applied and practical use cases to make these abstracts concepts more feasible.
René Schulte is Director of Global Innovation at Valorem Reply and leader of the Spatial Computing and Metaverse practice at Reply working with teams across the globe on emerging technologies like 3D volumetric video streaming, Remote Rendering, the AR Cloud Real-World Metaverse enabling large, cross-platform user experiences with real-world persistence. Being a trusted advisor for our clients and providing business value by supporting project execution ranging from discovery, envisioning and strategic consulting to technical implementation.
He is a creative developer, thought leader and digital content creator with a passion for UX, (Edge) Cloud computing and deep technical knowledge. He was featured on Forbes, is listed as dev influencer. He coded AI deep learning neural networks before it was cool and is leveraging modern AI to empower humans and applied Quantum Computing for today's impact.
He is invited as expert to global TV stations and a frequent keynote and session speaker and panelist at conferences like //build, Ignite, Global XR, Univ. Heidelberg, Unite, Vision VR/AR Summit, VRDC (GDC), AWE, ESA, RTC, VRARA, MR Dev Days and more. Blogs about many topics and is the creator of the video podcasts QuBites and Meta Minutes. He also created popular open source libraries like WriteableBitmapEx and the AR library SLARToolKit.See all speakers ›