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5 Reasons to attend Code @ Think

By Brad Westmark | Published April 24, 2020

Learn why you won't want to miss this exciting digital event

What 5 new innovations will open source yield in the 2020s?

By Chris Ferris | Published December 11, 2019

A look at what the past decade says about our future

Scratching the surface of Quantum

By Max Shapiro | Published January 24, 2019

Read along as a software engineer tries to understand and build with quantum. Get tips for where to start.

Tackling the toughest issues using quantum machine learning

By Ardia Morning | Published December 7, 2018

In this blog post, Tanisha Bassan, a future quantum computing engineer, tackles some of the difficulties with using quantum machine learning.

Join the quantum community

By Dario Gil, COO of IBM Research and Vice President of AI and IBM Q | Published September 7, 2018

If you’re reading this, you've probably heard about quantum computing. If not, here's a quick recap: it's a radically different kind of computing that's built on the laws of quantum mechanics, and it has enormous potential to enable discoveries of many kinds. There are problems we believe these systems might…

The Variational Quantum Eigensolver

By Talia Gershon | Published November 20, 2017

Read on to learn that we’re on the path to achieving a quantum advantage for real-world applications.

New Jupyter notebooks for quantum computing

By Talia Gershon | Published September 5, 2017

The IBM quantum experience takes you into the lab, into the depths of the dilution refrigerator, through the magic of the cloud, and is freely available to anyone curious about programming quantum.

Quantum computing for everyone

By Mateo Bengualid | Published June 24, 2016

Start thinking in quantum states and how these machines operate.