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Quantum Advisory: An Interview with Andrew Lord
Quantum Advisory: An Interview with Andrew Lord

Andrew has worked on a wide range of optical network systems, including long haul subsea and terrestrial DWDM. We caught up with him ahead of the show to see how he's bringing these passions to life.

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Quantum Advisory: An Interview with Kieth Kirkpatrick
Quantum Advisory: An Interview with Kieth Kirkpatrick

Keith Kirkpatrick is a principal analyst contributing to Omdia’s User Interface Technologies and Artificial Intelligence practices, with a focus on emerging technologies for automotive, consumer, enterprise, and industrial markets.

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Quantum Advisory: An Interview with Alexi Kondratyev
Quantum Advisory: An Interview with Alexi Kondratyev

Standard Chartered Bank started on their quantum journey in 2017 and are now thoroughly committed to identifying the commercial use cases for the advanced capabilities of quantum computers; focusing on managing risk and speeding up the generation of data. We caught up with Managing Director, Alexi Kondratyev to find out more about the company’s increased investment in quantum computing.

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Tencent plans $70bn investment in cloud, AI, blockchain, quantum computing, and more
Tencent plans $70bn investment in cloud, AI, blockchain, quantum computing, and more

Tencent SVP Dowson Tong told state media that the company planned to spend the money over five years on things like cloud, artificial intelligence, blockchain, huge million-server data centers, supercomputing centers, Internet of Things operating systems, 5G networks, and quantum computing.

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AIconics Awards London 2020 open for entries
AIconics Awards London 2020 open for entries

In collaboration with the Quantum Summit, AIconics is also launching two quantum computing awards: for the best quantum hardware breakthrough and the best quantum software solution.

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