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 about the world we live in:
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Furthermore, make sure to read the IBM Quantum Computing blog. Here you can browse the latest news, projects, and publications from IBM on e.g. problems that quantum computers can potentially help to solve.
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