Today we are talking to Robert Sutor, the VP of IBM Q Strategy and Research. And we discuss advancements made in quantum computing, knowing who your target audience is when delivering a message and identifying the characteristics about yourself that will give you satisfaction in what you do.
All of this, right here, right now, on the Modern CTO Podcast!
Robert Sutor is an innovative leader and technologist with strong experience in quantum computing, AI, blockchain, analytics, data science, mobile apps and technologies, cloud, social media, open source, and industrial research. A strategic and operational executive with a demonstrated ability to transform his company and the IT industry around leading edge technologies.
A persuasive, global professional with an international reputation as a thought leader in emerging technologies. An inspiring communicator with exceptional presentation skills and the ability to help others understand deeply technical topics and how they will help drive significant innovation in the future.
His specialties include quantum computing, AI, blockchain, analytics, big data, mobile, software, management, software development, technical strategy, research, marketing, product management, social media, open source, open standards, Linux, web services, XML, Swift, Python, mathematics.
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