Document Type : Research Article



Today, computing power is advancing with significant transformation in quantum
technologies and provides state-of-the-art functionalities for next-generation digital solutions.
At the same time, computing capabilities are influencing the various spheres of humanity
while touching the operating models and end-user experiences. The advent of quantum
computing raised many questions about the system design, development, implementation,
and associated risks for human beings and species. The questions raised the call for a
conceptual model to study ethics and quantum computing as a whole. The primary objective
of the research is to develop a conceptual ethical and sustainable quantum computing model
to investigate the ethics standards, trust levels, social aspects, access rights, privacy, moral
and good-duties issues based on the current situations. The paper adopts the literature survey
approach based on existing business ethics models to evaluate the model's human,
organisation (society) and opportunity factors. The research has investigated the ethical
constitutes of quantum computing led digital transformation. The research findings provide
the substantial foundations for the research and managerial applicability to integrate the
social, human, technology-based inclusive, ethical issues.