Quantum Computing

May 21st, 2021, by
Technology Labs podcast: Technical Publications

In this episode, we talk about something we don't about much, but it's a very important subject: technical publications!

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February 5th, 2021, by
Top 5 SogetiLabs blogs from January 2021

Take a look at our most read and shared blog posts from January 2021.

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February 4th, 2021, by
WAS SIR THOMAS WATSON RIGHT ALL ALONG?

Sir Thomas Watson, chairman at IBM in 1943, is often quoted to have said that the world market for computers maybe five computers.

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January 26th, 2021, by
Monte Carlo, quantum computing’s killer app?

As the quantum computing revolution is unfolding, companies, start-ups and academia are racing to find the killer use case.

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November 19th, 2020, by
Introduction to Qiskit

We are now back with the second session on the Introduction to Qiskit. Qiskit is the IBM’s open source python-based Framework.

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November 6th, 2020, by
Top 5 SogetiLabs blogs from October 2020

Take a look at our most read and shared blog posts from October 2020.

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October 19th, 2020, by
Can quantum technology assist in the next COVID crisis? Part 3

Zooming in on the potential applications of quantum computing in predicting the evolution of COVID-19 using quantum machine learning.

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October 14th, 2020, by
Tech News Recommendations (Episode 3)

From console wars to portable workplaces, eGPU’s and quantum tech, it is all in this episode of the 3rd episode of our Tech curation video.

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October 12th, 2020, by
Can quantum technology assist in the next COVID crisis? Part 2

Zooming in on the potential applications of quantum computing in reducing the consequences of the coronavirus bullwhip effect.

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October 5th, 2020, by
Can quantum technology assist in the next COVID crisis? Part 1

Part 1; Zooming in on the potential applications of quantum computing in vaccine discovery.

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August 13th, 2020, by
What is Natural Computing?

A brief overview of Natural Computing with some hints as to how some of the research can be used today to enhance the way we build computer-based systems.

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May 20th, 2020, by
Quantum Computing Powering Today’s Innovations

Quantum Inspired Computing & Quantum Inspired Optimization are showing promise that significant advances can be made today on classical computing platforms.

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