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Global Management Forum 2020

Hybrid cloud and quantum computing to shape IT: IBM chief

Krishna urges embrace of new technologies in digitalization push

IBM CEO Arvind Krishna believes quantum computing has the potential to solve complex problems that are beyond the reach of conventional computers. (Photo by Yo Inoue)

TOKYO -- Artificial intelligence and hybrid cloud technology, as well as quantum computing, will be forces that shape the near future of the IT industry, IBM CEO Arvind Krishna told the Nikkei Global Management Forum in Tokyo on Wednesday.

While pointing out that some analysts estimate AI could add up to $16 trillion to global productivity over the next decade or so, Krishna said: "We are only 4% of the journey there," adding, "Our assertion is that every company will become an AI company."

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