Deal between Richmond company and Google could spell future of artificial

Deal between Richmond company and Google could spell future of artificial
“This deal is a milestone for D–Wave, and demonstrates Google's continued commitment to exploring the rapidly developing capabilities of D–Wave quantum computing systems,” Muray Thom, Director of Professional Servics at D-Wave told Vancity Buzz …
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Amazon Sales Top Estimates on Prime Day Event, Cloud-Computing
The cloud business competes against major information technology companies such as Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. to rent data storage space and computing power that have become the building blocks of Internet-based systems. AWS generated …
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Reinventing the company
They can incorporate online for a few hundred dollars, raise money from crowdsourcing sites such as Kickstarter, hire programmers from Upwork, rent computer-processing power from Amazon, find manufacturers on Alibaba, arrange payments systems at Square …
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