Maybe quantum computing is a job for artificial intelligence.
To call quantum computing complicated is a gross understatement. Rather than any single complex challenge, quantum computing is a series of obstacles all superimposed (pun intended) onto each other.
Even though quantum processors based on superconducting circuits already exist in labs today, they don’t compare in speed or processing power to today’s typical desktop, laptop, and tablet computers.
Even if you can settle on materials, a physical architecture, and a form factor for your quantum device, you’re still faced with the very real difficulties of actually measuring quantum signals so you can take advantage of the processing and storage enhancements offered by quantum computing.