Tuesday, May 15, 2018
There is a whole class of science and business problems that are too difficult for even the largest and most powerful computers that exist today. While traditional computers are restricted to interpreting zeroes and ones in off/on states, quantum computers have access to far greater computation states—opening up a new world of computation possibilities. Until recently, quantum computing has mostly been confined to research labs. Now, organizations are tapping into quantum computing systems on the cloud to explore potential practical applications important to industries such as financial services, automotive or chemistry.
What will the roadmap look like for mainstream adoption of the new technology? What are the areas in which it will have the greatest impact, both short term and long term? And what should companies be doing to get themselves ready to capitalize on quantum computing’s potential?
A quantum computer will be onsite at this program. Come see it firsthand!
Arvind Krishna, SVP, Hybrid Cloud, and Director of IBM Research, IBM
Kam Moler, Senior Associate Dean for Natural Sciences and Professor of Physics, Stanford University
Bob Stolte, Managing Director, J.P. Morgan Corporate and Investment Bank
Moderator: Martin Giles, San Francisco Bureau Chief, MIT Technology Review
– 5:30 PM – Registration and hors d’oeuvres reception
– 7:00 PM – Program begins
– 8:30 PM – Program concludes
W San Francisco
181 3rd Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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