Quantum Bayesian Networks

October 1, 2018

谢谢 (Xièxiè, Thank you), CAS and Tsinghua Univ.

Filed under: Uncategorized — rrtucci @ 2:50 am

This week was very important for our company artiste-qb-net. Our cofounder Dr. Tao Yin had the honor of giving a short presentation at a workshop entitled: “Quantum Software: from theory to realization” in Beijing. The workshop was organized by the “Institute of Software: Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)“. Our most sincere thanks to the organizers of the workshop for allowing us to speak at the last minute.

Here is a conference agenda:
​https://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/3zyzc_ng7A-Re8nbJSAHiA

Here is a photo of Tao giving his presentation:

and here are links to his presentation

https://ar-tiste.com/Tao_CAS-sept-2018.pdf
https://ar-tiste.com/Tao_CAS_sept_2018_jupyter_nb.pdf

While in Beijing, Tao also had the opportunity to visit and do some networking with qc and Bayesian Networks researchers and programmers at Tsinghua Univ (TU), which is considered one of the best technical universities in China, sort of the MIT of China. TU has a student enrollment 3 times as big (11,000 vs, 36,000) as that of MIT, which reminds me that the population of China is about 4 times that of the USA.

TU is a prominent player in China’s $100 billion push to become a quantum computing giant. In 2015, Turing award winner Andrew Yao moved from Princeton Univ. to TU, to head several Chinese academic institutes, some of which are devoted to quantum information and quantum computing. Recently, TU opened a joint quantum institute at the Univ. of Michigan, and second one at the Univ. of Waterloo and the Waterloo-IQC (Institute for quantum computing)

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2 Comments »

  1. Thanks for the link, technofeudalism. Our cloud service will be much better! We are trying to deploy in multiple clouds at once. AWS and others. That is the beauty of docker images. They are highly portable across clouds

    Comment by rrtucci — October 5, 2018 @ 2:58 pm


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