Quantum Computing

Quantum computing – Virtual meetup

Quantum Computing is a path to solve intractable computational problems in many sectors of the industry. If you are curious about becoming an expert, then join the first Nordic Quantum Computing virtual meetup to learn about this paradigm shift. Accenture and IBM have organized a virtual meetup session around quantum computing in the Nordics on […]

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Quantum, AI, Blockchain, Cloud – IBM is changing the game

Quantum, AI, Blockchain, Cloud. These are just some of the technologies that we at IBM have built our strong foundation with for over 100 years, serving our European clients and communities. We are using our industry-leading solutions to tackle some of the most pressing challenges of society today. We dare to think of big ideas […]

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What problems could quantum computers solve?

You may have heard that quantum computers have the ability to solve problems that were previously unimaginable to overcome. Problems that cannot be addressed by classical computers. But what kind of problems is that? In the video below, Katie Pizzolato (Director, IBM Quantum Partner Research) outlines some of them, including sustainability issues and fundamental scientific questions […]

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Quantum computing explained so even kids understand

Quantum computing explained so even kids understand Quantum computing is buzzing these days. However, it is a very complex topic to understand – even for experienced tech professionals, professors and the brightest students. I have experienced this myself during the last few years when speaking about quantum computing at several conferences and universities. The technology […]

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The promise of quantum computers

The future of computing will be different. While current classical computers use transistors and logical circuits, IBM predicts that different kinds of technologies will be used in the future to optimize and solve problems we currently have only limited capabilities to resolve in due time. While today’s computers excel in classic logical problems, mankind has […]

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IBM @ GOTO Copenhagen 2019

As technology is rapidly growing and effecting almost any industry and aspect of human lives, developers need to understand the fast-growing ecosystem that we are all a part of. Tech savvies, developers and IT-experts all need to continuously adapt, create ethical solutions and write software that they can be proud of. GOTO Copenhagen 2019 is […]

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Get the latest buzz on Quantum Computing @ Think Summit Copenhagen

We are pleased to announce a full track on Quantum Computing @ Think Summit Copenhagen taking place on November 6th in KB Hallen. We will kick off with the presentation “A Brief Introduction to Quantum Computing“ by Jan B. Lillelund (CTO, IBM Denmark), which will give you an overview of the technology and current state […]

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What Angela Merkel and IBM’s CEO have in common…

You may be thinking both are power women, they both have positions at the absolute top within large international institutions or that they share a common interest for cats. While that might be the case, those things are not what is of interest in this case. Instead, the German government’s backing for Quantum Computing research […]

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Quantum Gaming is here – Learnings from the Quantum Game Jam

In February 2019 in Helsinki, we held The Quantum Wheel – Quantum Game Jam. We had 50+ participants around the world and 10 teams finished their games in less than 48 hours. This event really underlined that we are at the very beginning of what promises to be a new era combining games, the gaming […]

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