Quantum Bayesian Networks

November 3, 2018

What is better than Google’s Colab? BayesForge with Grey Poupon

Filed under: Uncategorized — rrtucci @ 1:55 am

“Pardon me, do you have any Grey Poupon?” But of course. Here, have some of my Grey Poupon, and please have some of my BayesForge too.

Google’s Colab app provides access to TensorFlow on the cloud, with a Jupyter notebook interface. Bayesforge.com, our cloud product, does all of that plus much more.

Besides TensorFlow, BayesForge (BF) provides access to many other classical AI open source programs, and to the most popular quantum computing open source programs (IBM Qiskit, Rigetti PyQuil, Google’s Cirq, Huawei’s ProjectQ, and the best of its kind, our Qubiter).

BF is already on the Amazon cloud (AWS) and it will soon be on a major Chinese cloud too. BF is a docker image, so it is highly portable across clouds.

BF is in direct competition with Google’s Colab, but we all know Google’s apps don’t always succeed… Google+ is a recent example of an ignominious failure of theirs.

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