1. IBM brings its Quantum computer program to 16 African universities  TechCrunch
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IBM launched its Quantum computer program in Africa today, announcing a partnership with South Africa’s Wits University that will extend to 15 additional universities across 9 countries. Quantum—or IBM Q, as the U.S. based company calls it—is a computer that uses quantum bits (or qubits) to top the capabilities of even the most advanced supercomputers. […]IBM launched its Quantum computer program in Africa today, announcing a partnership with South Africa’s Wits University that will extend to 15 additional universities across 9 countries. Quantum—or IBM Q, as the U.S. based company calls it—is a computer that uses quantum bits (or qubits) to top the capabilities of even the most advanced supercomputers. […]

IBM brings its Quantum computer program to 16 African universities – TechCrunch

IBM has announced the expansion of its quantum computing efforts to Africa in a new collaboration with Wits University.IBM has announced the expansion of its quantum computing efforts to Africa in a new collaboration with Wits University.

IBM to collaborate with Wits on quantum computing