Using Many Quantum Worlds to Solve the Unsolvable

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• October 2019

Using Many Quantum Worlds to Solve the Unsolvable

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Using Many Quantum Worlds to Solve the Unsolvable

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Quantum computers use all of the possible pathways generated by quantum decisions to solve problems that will forever be intractable to classical computers. As the mega players vie for quantum supremacy and Rigetti announces its $1M "quantum advantage" prize, we live in exciting times.

You can learn to program quantum computers right now using IBM-Q and Microsoft Q#. I'll demonstrate some quantum solutions to real problems including organic chemistry and large number factorisation.

Join me to understand how the many worlds of quantum theory can be used to solve real world problems.

Language

English

Level

Intermediate

Length

45 minutes

Type

conference

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James Birnie

VP Engineering •
IMMO

James has worked in software since the 1990s, when TDD was something you studied but never did and Agile and Lean were words you used to describe athletes. He learnt the hard way about Agile, Lean and Devops in a startup for 9 years before learning from much cleverer people as a consultant at Thoughtworks for 5 years before moving back into the Product company world. He is now enjoying scaling the organisation at IMMO as VP Engineering.

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Language

English

Level

Intermediate

Length

45 minutes

Type

conference

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