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Recently, Zapata AI, BMW, and MIT’s Center for Quantum Engineering collaborated to solve a complex problem: how can you most efficiently schedule vehicle production? This problem needs to take into account many many variables, so how did the team optimize the process? With AI of course! Listen to this episode to find out more about how exactly they did and what results they found.
Large, generative machine learning models are almost everywhere today, but sometimes they run into some trouble. In this episode, Yudong Cao joins us to talk about how generative AI can be used for more than just toy problems, what business use cases will benefit from it, and how quantum computing ties in. Plus, we dive into synthetic data and tensor networks
Quantum computing is an incredibly complex industry, how can someone possibly attempt to understand where the current state is and where it’s heading? Using data! That’s exactly what Bob Sorensen does as Chief Analyst for Quantum Computing at Hyperion Research. In his analysis he views quantum computing through the lens of high performance computing, drawing parallels and illuminating differences.
When it comes to major disruptive technologies like AI, data analytics, and quantum computing, many companies are playing to not lose. That’s fine, but if like us at Zapata you want to play to win, you have to realize that waiting is not an action. Andy Walter knows that with his extensive experience in corporate IT evolution and digital transformation from the last 3 decades. Now he has a book by the same title – Waiting Is Not An Action. If playing to win sounds more appealing than playing to not lose, this is the episode for you.
The combination of quantum computing and security gets really complicated, really fast. Two of Zapata’s founders break down the basic types of quantum security methods, the different ways quantum will impact security at the enterprise level, and list some reasons why the time to start preparing for this next level of security innovation is now.
In this episode Jen Houston, Chief Marketing Officer of D-wave, honestly assesses where we are with quantum technology and how to help early adopters in the ecosystem. She brings expertise from quantum computing marketing as well as other cutting-edge technologies and uses that to offer up salient advice in today’s world of a continually shifting ecosystem.
Ever wondered how enterprise AI transformation compares to how enterprises should be approaching the adoption of quantum technologies? Or what lessons can be learned from the machine learning revolution so pitfalls can be avoided with quantum? In this episode, Katherine Londergan sits down with Dana Jones, a veteran of the machine learning transformation and CEO of RealPage to learn what her experience in both fields has taught her.
Inside Quantum Technology recently hosted an excellent conference on quantum computing and quantum technology, and in this episode, we get to hear from the organizers about what they’ve learned from this conference and the previous conferences they’ve organized.
Optimization is one of the major areas often brought up as a place where quantum computers could provide an advantage first. But why is that and how do we get there? In this episode, Yudong, Alejandro, and I talk all about that.
Many of our employees, customers, and users have come from machine learning and Brain and Luis are no exceptions! Hear from them about having 1 foot in machine learning and one foot in quantum, pushing what’s possible with quantum boosts to classical algorithms, and why enterprises should care now. This episode should be especially interesting to those who are more on the technical side: ML practitioners (and those who work with them) who can use quantum today and in the future to take their impact to the next level.
In this pod one of Zapata’s scientific founders dives into the craft of creating, benchmarking, and piloting quantum algorithms for enterprise-scale, looking at some real-world examples along the way. That said, it will be a bit more technical than the last. Stick with it and you’re sure to learn something!
What do hamsters running around their cage and enterprise quantum software have in common? Christopher Savoie will tell you all about it! The Quantum Pod by Zapata Computing is a deep dive into the world of quantum computing. Focusing on the problems quantum computing can actually solve for enterprise use-cases, we break down what you actually need to know about how quantum computing will revolutionize the world.