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SandboxAQ

Building A Leader In AI and Quantum Computing

About this Event

What do you get when you combine artificial intelligence (AI) with Quantum computing? A new machine learning technology that has already begun powering global companies and organizations including Vodafone Business, Softbank Mobile, Sanofi, Boeing, Mount Sinai Health, and others.

SandboxAQ is an enterprise Software as a Service (SaaS) company, providing solutions at the nexus of AI and Quantum technology (AQ) to address some of the world’s most challenging problems. These include protecting companies from A.I. and Quantum cyber-attacks, accelerating and reducing the cost of drug development by creating digital twins of molecules and performing billions of simulations on a human model before creating drugs, and enabling unparalleled optimization, predictive analytics, and streamlined operations in finance and logistics.

The inspiration for the company its core team formed at Alphabet Inc. (Google’s parent company), emerging as an independent, growth-capital-backed company in 2022. SandboxAQ is led by former Google CEO, Eric Schmidt and Jack Hidary, a leading expert in quantum and edge computing.

Watch the webinar with SandboxAQ CEO, Jack Hidary to hear the full story and why any business or industry that relies on computing power will be transformed by AQ.

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