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D-Wave announces open source quantum compute platform

D-Wave has announced that D-Wave Hybrid, its open source workflow platform that has been built to create hybrid applications that use both classical computing architectures and new quantum computing designs, is now available to download from GitHub. Unsurprisingly, the ulterior motive is to drive demand for D-Wave’s computer systems, as these quantum processors are going to have to be integrated properly into existing business applications. Solving that headache should make it easier for D-Wave to sell into the enterprise and cloud markets. Making the D-Wave Hybrid workflow open source should help there, but open source does seem to be a pre-requisite for most projects in the AI and ML sector. Just remember, Microsoft now owns GitHub, but here’s the repository,…

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