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Saturday, November 07, 2020

Free CERN Quantum Lectures and Course

Looks to be of interest, in particular includes D-Wave (who we connected with early on) and IBM implementations.  Been asked to drop in on this and comment on its executive relevance.  Would anyone else like to comment? 

What's quantum computing? CERN's new free online course offers you the answer

CERN will walk developers through implementing quantum algorithms on IBM and D-Wave quantum computers.   By Liam Tung

If you're a CIO or developer who's keen to get a handle on quantum computing, qubits, quantum algorithms and machine learning, CERN's new free online lecture series could be a good way into the subject.      

CERN – the European Organization for Nuclear Research, home to the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and birthplace of the worldwide web – is kicking off the weekly lecture series on Friday, November 6 at 10:30am CET. The talks are being held every Friday at the same time for the next seven weeks through to Friday, December 18. 

They'll focus on the practical aspects of quantum computing, such as implementing quantum algorithms in quantum simulators and quantum computers from IBM Quantum Experience and D-Wave Leap.   ... " 

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