Neuroscience/AI/quantum computing

  • #1
I have been reading about physicists that study things like computational neuroscience/AI and quantum computing. It is my understanding that these subjects are very closely linked and form a relatively new and open area of science research. I also have the impression that a physics degree is the most broad and thus best for entering this sort of interdisciplinary and new research. Is this correct?

If I pursue a PhD in theoretical physics, with the goal of studying in this area, is there anything specific that I should do to improve my ability to land postdocs/faculty positions/etc?

Thanks!
 

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...Any other suggestions?
 

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