Matt Langione is core member of the Technology, Media & Telecommunications and Technology Advantage practices at Boston Consulting Group where he specializes in bringing research-driven, high-potential "deep tech" to market. Matt’s client work and his publications reside at the nexus of science, business, and policy.
A leading global expert on industrial applications of quantum computing, Matt is the co-author of “Where Will Quantum Computers Create Value–and When?", a frequently cited article on the topic. At BCG, he advises Fortune 500 companies on building quantum computing and other technologies into their digital transformation roadmaps. This forms the basis of his TED talk on “The Promise of Quantum Computers.” Matt has addressed audiences at all of the major conferences in the field, and has helped steer US Government policy and investment in quantum computing through the Quantum Economic Development Consortium (QED-C), and the Government Accountability Office (GAO).
Matt previously worked in Hollywood as an agent at the United Talent Agency, and as a teacher and coach at boarding schools Phillips Academy Andover and Deerfield Academy.
With existing encryption protocols weakening, quantum technologies are the key to securing future communications. Here are the factors that will drive adoption.
Sales and marketing efforts could be wasting $2 trillion by focusing solely on driving higher revenues. A better option targets growth and efficiency with a new slate of technology-based tools.
The effective use of benchmarks could be a key source of competitive advantage for investors and end users.
As the pandemic hammered economies worldwide, these tech-enabled companies outperformed the market handily. What does their success reveal about future sources of growth and innovation?
No one can afford to sit on the sidelines as this transformative technology accelerates toward several critical milestones. It’s time to plan when and where to place your bets.
What if microparticles could help us solve the world's biggest problems in a matter of minutes? Matt Langione, a principal at BCG, shares why industries should prepare now for the new leap in quantum computing.
This emerging technology could be a game-changing opportunity—and an existential threat.
COVID-19 is a wake-up call for institutional renewal and reform. The only way to face the uncertainties of the future is to build more, stronger public-private partnerships, and on a global basis.
Young, tech-enabled companies have done remarkably well during the COVID-19 period, offering crucial lessons about the value of creativity, agility, and discipline.
Quantum computing has the potential to significantly accelerate, enhance the quality of, and reduce the costs of drug discovery.