We all know QML stands for Quantum Machine Learning and is the new cool kid town. QML presents one of the best use-cases of early quantum computing. This announcement of Qiskit’s summer school focusing on QML will go hand in hand with the latest version of Qiskit which has a new emphasis on QML in version 0.25. The previous Qiskit summer school was a resounding success and little wonder as summer 2021 rolls around Qiskit Sumer School will be again prove immensely popular. The Qiskit Global Summer School is back from July 12-23 2021!
The IBM quantum team last year hosted a free, virtual quantum computing “crash course” for over 4,000 students. With the nee focus on QML and the field receiving ever more funding and investment, it’s likely that even more students partake in the course. The course will feature two weeks of live lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions where students can apply what they’ve learned using Qiskit code using the new Qiskit machine learning application module that was introduced in version 0.25 of Qiskit. During the course, students will get two weeks of live lectures and as expected some hands-on labs where students can put into practice what they have learned. In order that the course caters for a wide array of entrants.
This year’s Qiskit Global Summer School will feature two weeks of live lectures and hands-on laboratory sessions where students can apply what they’ve learned using Qiskit code using the new Qiskit machine learning application module. Lectures start with an introduction to quantum computing, so sure that the foundation is in-place before moving onto simple quantum algorithms. Classical machine learning and understanding how these concepts translate to quantum computing will be taught. As expected IBM will be putting on some of the best thought leaders in Quantum Computing to teach the course.
Follow the Qiskit Global Summer School website to learn more.