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Save the Date: IQT Quantum+AI in NYC October 29-30

IQT Quantum + AI
By Sandra Helsel posted 06 Jul 2024

Be part of IQT’s first QUANTUM + AI conference and exhibition covering the coming revolution of combining quantum computing with Artificial Intelligence (AI). QUANTUM + AI takes place October 29-30, 2024, in New York City.

Quantum computing and AI are highly synergistic. Quantum computing having the potential to significantly enhance AI capabilities. Quantum AI combines the power of quantum computing with AI to create new algorithms, machine learning techniques, search procedure and data processing techniques that are impossible to achieve with classical computers.

IQT Quantum+AI in NYC October 29-30

Quantum computing can supercharge AI by processing increasingly large and complex datasets more efficiently, leading to more robust insights and improved processes in sectors such as pharma, finance and the military and intelligence services. Quantum AI has the potential to revolutionize these and other industries by enabling faster machine learning, improved predictions, and enhanced optimization.

This coming Quantum AI revolution has many challenges, which we will also discuss at this event. These include better error corrected and fault tolerant quantum computing, quantum-optimized and novel software for quantum AI-based decision making. Despite these challenges, the synergy between quantum computing and AI holds great promise for advancing technology across many different sectors. This is why we are holding this first-of-a-kind event.

IQT Quantum+AI in NYC October 29-30

Categories: Artificial intelligence, Conference, quantum computing

Tags: AI, IQT, NYC, Quantum

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