Quantum: IBM invests massively in research in France

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Quantum computing represents a real challenge for France who plans to create two prototypes of universal computers. The government can count on the giant IBM since, as reported BFMTVthe company will announce an investment of $45 million for its specialized research laboratory located in France.

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45 million euros for the IBM France Lab Paris-Saclay

It is within the framework of the Choose France summit, scheduled for Monday, May 13, that the announcement will be made, as indicated by a source close to the matter.AFP. During this event, 180 foreign business leaders will be brought together at the Palace of Versailles by Emmanuel Macron, President of the Republic. Various topics will be covered such as AI, decarbonization and, of course, quantum computing.

IBM's investment of 45 million euros will be spread over several years and will result in the recruitment of around fifty experts including engineers and researchers by 2025.

Continue research and development in France

Thanks to this investment, the IBM France Lab Paris-Saclay center will be able to continue its research and development work and projects in terms of quantum computing. This location allows teams to form partnerships with schools, specialized institutes, start-ups and companies.

Quantum computing represents a major field for the coming years. Quantum computers offer enormous computing power for various fields such as AI, finance, transport or energy networks.

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