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Podcast: Quantum in Financial Services

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Kathryn Guarini (L), Bob Sutor (R)

In this recent Waters Technology Wavelength podcast, IBM Industry Research VP Kathryn Guarini and IBM Q Strategy and Ecosystem VP Bob Sutor discuss IBM Q hardware, software, and research community advances in the quantum space, and explore what might be ahead, including applications for the financial services industry.

In addition to the more than 100,000 individuals using the free IBM Q Experience environment for fundamental quantum research, financial institutions including JPMorgan Chase and Barclays are exploring quantum use cases as part of the commercial IBM Q Network. Find out why the financial services industry is getting quantum ready, today. Listen:

 

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