Suppose in "near future" that we have quantum computers with thousands of qubits that can run Grover, HHL, and so on. Then, can we hope in the "near future" to have some web application that will run quantum algorithms in real-time?
For example, suppose Google or IBM with their quantum computers have a web application. A client sends a request on this application, therefore a classical computer analyses the request and detects an inversion of a huge matrix (that satisfied the HHL conditions). Then the classical computer sends the matrix to the quantum computer that solves instantly the problem with the HHL algorithms and returns the result to the classical computer. Finally, the classical computer sends back the result to the client. All this in a few milliseconds.
Is this example possible or will we have only applications like on the IBMQ that take some hours to be handled?