Cleveland Clinic deploys IBM-managed quantum computer

Cleveland Clinic and IBM unveiled the first deployment of an onsite private sector IBM-managed quantum computer in the United States.
Cleveland Clinic and IBM Quantum ComputerThe IBM Quantum System One installed at Cleveland Clinic will be the first quantum computer in the world to be uniquely dedicated to healthcare research with an aim to help Cleveland Clinic accelerate biomedical discoveries.

In addition to quantum computing, the Cleveland Clinic-IBM Discovery Accelerator draws upon a variety of IBM’s latest advancements in computing technologies, including high performance computing via the hybrid cloud and artificial intelligence.

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Congresswoman Shontel Brown (OH-11), Dario Gil, IBM SVP and Director, Research, Gary Cohn, IBM Vice Chairman, Lt. Governor of Ohio Jon Husted, Tom Mihaljevic, M.D., Cleveland Clinic CEO and President, Mayor of Cleveland Justin M. Bibb, and Susan Monarez, Ph.D., Deputy Director, Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health (ARPA-H) in front of IBM Quantum System One at Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

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