IBM Q

Bringing quantum out of the lab and into the world

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IBM Q

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  • Quantum Outlook 2020
    2020 will be a watershed year for the Quantum Revolution. There will be surprising early applications, though previously over-hyped timelines may leave some disappointed. Geopolitical considerations will be hard to ignore as major national programmes set out their stalls. The chill winds of a quantum winter may threaten some, but ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 16, 2019
  • Quantum Hardware Outlook 2020
    2019 saw Google finally demonstrate quantum supremacy. Competitors such as IBM reminded us that this was just an opening skirmish in what will be a long campaign. In 2020 we will see paths divide as competing companies and technologies face-up to the quantum chasm blocking the way to large scale ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 16, 2019
  • Quantum Algorithms Outlook 2020
    Contrary to many reports there are set be immediate applications even for early devices. Some will be controversial. However in other areas timelines look over-hyped. 2020 will be a key year to prove the naysayers wrong. Will clients see early value? Despite all the fuss, quantum processors actually run more ... read more
    Source: Fact Based Insight – prepare for tomorrowDecember 16, 2019
Latest News
  • IBM Research at SPIE 2020: New Architectures and Fabrications for AI Hardware
    Many of the IBM team members presenting at SPIE Advanced Lithography 2020. In the last decade, IBM has pioneered AI hardware technologies that have produced the top two supercomputers and most-secure enterprise platform in the world. At this year’s SPIE Advanced Lithography conference (February 24-27), IBM ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 21, 2020
  • Deriving Complex Insights from Event-driven Continuous Time Bayesian Networks
    Real-world decision making often involves situations and systems whose uncertain and inter-dependent variables interact in a complex and dynamic way. Additionally, many scenarios are influenced by external events that affect how system variables evolve. Consider the following examples: Health – a diabetic patient’s blood glucose level and mental well-being are ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 14, 2020
  • Bringing AI to the Command Line
    For decades, developers and researchers have been using the command line interface (CLI) to build, execute, and deploy the software that runs the world around us. Users have come to love, hate and, eventually, embrace the unique, idiosyncratic, and sometimes antiquated challenges associated with using the terminal shell; and have ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 12, 2020
  • AI Can Predict your Age Based on Your Microbiome
    The human microbiome consists of a community of trillions of micro-organisms, such as bacteria, fungi, viruses, and live all over the body including on the skin, in the mouth and along the digestive tract. A balanced microbiome is important for an individual’s health and wellbeing, including proper functionality the digestive ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 11, 2020
  • IBM Research AI Hardware Center marks first birthday with explosive gains in AI computation
    One year ago, we announced the creation of the IBM Research AI Hardware Center, a global research hub headquartered in Albany, New York. Building on work of the last few years, the launch of the Center initiated the next phase in a long-term effort to combine evolving, fundamental advances in ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 10, 2020
  • Progressing IBM Project Debater at AAAI-20 — and Beyond
    Does AI bring more harm than good? Should we ban fast food? Should marijuana be legalized? These are just some of the complex questions occupying the minds of policy makers around the globe. They do not have a clear yes or no answer and require extensive deliberations of the pros ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 9, 2020
  • Mastering Language Is Key to More Natural Human–AI Interaction
    One of the biggest obstacles to advancing AI is the technology’s difficulty interacting with people in the natural language they typically use when speaking and writing. Human language is filled with nuance, hidden meaning and context that machines are currently unable to fully comprehend. IBM Research AI is leading the ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 7, 2020
  • IBM Showcases Key AI Research @ AAAI-20
    AIThe IBM T.J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York The thirty-fourth AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence (AAAI) will be held February 7-12 in New York, New York. IBM Research and its scientists have participated in AAAI for decades, but — given this year’s ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 6, 2020
  • IBM Automated Planning Research @ AAAI 2020
    What is Planning? Planning refers the task of finding a procedural course of action for a declaratively described system to reach its goals while optimizing target performance measures. Given the task, automated planning technologies find a sequence of operators or a plan that can transition the current state to a desired end state. Automated planning provides an autonomous agent with the ability to answer the question “What should I ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 4, 2020
  • Dataset Lifecycle Framework: the swiss army knife for data source management in Kubernetes
    Hybrid Cloud is rapidly becoming the go-to IT strategy for organizations seeking the perfect mix of scalability, performance and security. As a result, it is now common for an organization to rely on a mix of on-premise and cloud solutions, or “data-sources”, from different providers to store and manage their ... read more
    Source: IBM Research Quantum Computing – NewsFebruary 4, 2020
Project Description

IBM Q is an industry-first initiative to build commercially available universal quantum computers for business and science.

IBM Q Network is a worldwide community of leading Fortune 500 companies, startups, academic institutions, and national research labs working with IBM to advance quantum computing and explore practical applications for business and science

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