Future of Computing

Turbocharging scientific discovery: with bits, neurons, qubits – and collaboration

Here's how we can embrace and accelerate the Future of Computing. Image: IBM

Dario Gil

Director of IBM Research, IBM

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IBM Q System One, the world's first fully integrated universal quantum computing system, currently installed at the Thomas J Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, New York, where IBM scientists are using it to explore system improvements and enhancements that accelerate commercial applications of this transformational technology. For the first time ever, IBM Q System One enables universal approximate superconducting quantum computers to operate beyond the confines of the research lab.
IBM Q System One, the world's first fully integrated universal quantum computing system Image: IBM

Dario Gil, Director of IBM Research

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