Webinar: Quantum Computer

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How to program a real Quantum computer without having to be a Quantum physicist?

Mores law is coming to an end. We cannot go smaller and faster based on the same architecture. But we all agree that we can still evolve and improve.

This brings up the following questions:

  • Will  Quantum computing be the next step in the evolution of faster and smarter computers?
  • How does it work and what can you do with it?
  • Can I use it?
  • Looking into the future, what will Quantum computing do?

To get the questions answered, tune in to the webinar:


How to program a real Quantum Computer without having to be a Quantum physicist?

November 21st, 10:00 CET, Enroll here.

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For any further questions do not hesitate to contact me at: janl@dk.ibm.com

CTO, Executive Architect IBM Global Markets, e-Business

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