Quantum Technologies and Society: Towards a Different Spin

NanoEthics 16 (1):1-6 (2022)
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Due primarily to technological advances over the last decade, quantum research has become a key priority area for science and technology policy all over the world. With this manifesto, we wish to prevent quantum technology from running into fiascos of implementation at the interface of science and society. To this end, we identify key stumbling blocks and propose recommendations.



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