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Global sized problems, solved on a quantum scale

Organizations across a wide array of industries are partnering with IBM to explore a broad set of quantum computing applications. Carmakers, airlines, energy companies, healthcare providers, financial services firms, and world-class research organizations are considering new solutions and services that until recently could scarcely be imagined. They are starting their quantum journey with access to the most advanced systems and most comprehensive software stack, supported by the largest quantum development community. These projects showcase quantum computing’s power to solve real-world problems too complex for even today’s most-powerful supercomputers.

Shedding light on how quantum computing will impact you

Where there is a quantum advantage

Creating efficiencies for better investments

In industries such as financial services, many computationally intensive problems exist, such as optimization of financial portfolios or the risk analysis of such portfolios. For some of these problems, IBM alongside top financial institutions are exploring ways quantum computing has an advantage to improve financial operations compared to classical computing.

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Seeking optimal solutions and reducing costs

Quantum computers are primed to potentially find a more optimal solution among various possibilities more efficiently than classical computers, which impacts every type of industry imaginable. IBM and partners are developing quantum-based approaches to tackle optimization challenges in areas such as fleet logistics, vehicle routing, manufacturing processes, financial transactions, or allocating energy resources.

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Improving tasks for AI

IBM is testing quantum systems to train and run machine learning algorithms to dramatically improve tasks such as classification of data. This could allow us to solve complex problems more quickly, potentially improving applications like disease diagnosis, fraud detection, and efficient energy management.

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Accelerating industrial research

IBM is using quantum computing to better understand the physical processes of nature, such as how matter behaves and interacts at the atomic or even sub-atomic level. This could lead to the creation of novel materials for manufacturing or advanced battery technology for more energy-efficient electric vehicles. Understanding the structure of proteins or molecular behavior can serve as the basis of many new pharmaceutical breakthroughs and spur the development of new medicines.

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Hello, Quantum

Think quantum computing is hard? Maybe, maybe not, or maybe both at the same time? Explore the building blocks of quantum mechanics in a series of puzzles. Learn about the science behind the game.

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IBM Quantum Network is a global community of visionary companies, academic institutions, startups and national research labs working together to advance quantum computing.

Connect with Trusted Partners

IBM Quantum Network is a global community of visionary companies, academic institutions, startups and national research labs working together to advance quantum computing. Organizations are placing their trust in IBM, and that trust is being rewarded