Quantum Computing: The Next Five Years

There’s a lot of work to be done before quantum computing can reach the scale and performance it must reach to be part of production workloads. In this talk, Robert describe the IBM Quantum roadmap for the next five years and argue that it is really an industry execution plan for all of us.

About the Workshop

There’s a lot of work to be done before quantum computing can reach the scale and performance it must reach to be part of production workloads. In this talk, Robert describe the IBM Quantum roadmap for the next five years and argue that it is really an industry execution plan for all of us.

Date and Time

February 25, 2021 8:00 PM
**All times in EST

About the Host

I’m Bob Sutor and I’ve been a technical leader and executive in the IT industry for over 30 years. I’m the author of a book about quantum computing called Dancing with Qubits that was published in late 2019. More than two decades of my career has been spent in IBM Research in New York. During my time there, I worked on or led efforts in symbolic mathematical computation, optimization, AI, blockchain, and quantum computing. I am the co-author of several research papers and the book Axiom: The Scientific Computation System with the late Richard D. Jenks.

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