By IQT News posted 04 Jul 2019

(MyTechDecisions) Accenture has been granted a US patent for a “quantum computing machine learning module” that trains artificial intelligence (AI) to determine when and how computational tasks would be best handled by quantum computing versus classical computing methods, and route them to the appropriate option. This could help organizations understand where quantum computing can have the most impact within their businesses and when classical computing may still be the best option for a given task, the company says.
The patent for the quantum computing machine learning module was co-invented by several Accenture associates: Carl Dukatz, principal director in Accenture’s quantum computing practice; Daniel Garrison, managing director at Accenture Digital; and Lascelles Forrester, managing director at Accenture Digital.

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