Quantum Natural Language Processing
21 September 2020
Part of the Quantum Week of Fun
COVID-19 IS NOT FUN.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic,
and the uncertainty about travel and public gatherings,
we have made the difficult decision to make QNLP20 a virtual event.
Full details about the arrangements will appear here nearer the
About the workshop
This workshop explores natural language processing (NLP) and its applications on quantum hardware, including today’s NISQ-era devices. Recent years have seen new compositional formalisms for NLP inspired by quantum theory and condensed matter physics, as well as fruitful research in quantum AI. These suggest that quantum computers provide a natural setting for NLP tasks, leading to the new field of Quantum NLP (QNLP).
Continuing from the previous edition
QNLP 2019, this event aims to encourage the growth of this exciting topic, involving participants from both academia and the private sector working in quantum computing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and linguistics.
The workshop will take place online and is part of Cambridge Quantum Computing's Quantum Week of Fun.
Talks are invitation-only but everyone is free to attend. The programme of speakers will be listed here closer to the event.
|21 September 2020
Registration will be handled
via Quantum Week of Fun.
Isham if you would like to sponsor this workshop or any of the
other events in the Quantum Week of Fun.
- Bob Coecke (CQC, Oxford)
- Robin Lorenz (CQC)
- Konstantinos Meichanetzidis (CQC, Oxford)
- Sean Tull (CQC)
The local organisers are listed here.