There are many global problems in our world, but computers can help predict them; that's why modern physics and many other modern sciences lead us into the computer world.
Unfortunately, the potential of modern digital computers is limited—real-world problems need better computers, we need new computers that use new physical principles. But the creation of new computers requires breakthroughs in many areas: for new computers we need advanced materials, build a lot of new hardware, create new software to design those computers, develop new operating systems to run them, and also we need to build new algorithms and applications. These are big challenges, and they should be solved because if you solve them, you can solve many human problems.
Because of that, we founded a new university—Schaffhausen Institute of Technology, which focuses on science, technology and education—a huge (about $10T) market for computers, physics and business making unconstrained revenue stream through real estate, education, science transformation services, spin-offs and startups, venture funding, learning and a university management system.