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Quantum Computing: An Applied Approach

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Jack Hidary of Alphabet’s X (formerly Google X) will take us through the nascent, but promising field of quantum computing and his new book, Quantum Computing: An Applied Approach . In the talk, Jack will address the foundations of quantum technologies (computing/sensing/communications), update on current computing approaches in the NISQ regime and outline future prospects for the field.

Bio | Jack D. Hidary is a research scientist focusing on AI and on quantum computing at Alphabet’s X, formerly Google X. He and his group develop and research algorithms for NISQ -regime quantum processors as well as create new software libraries for quantum computing. In the AI field, Jack and his group focus on fundamental research such as the generalization of deep networks as well as applied AI technologies.

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