Microsoft Announces Additional Capabilities for Azure Quantum Elements for Research in Chemistry and Materials Science

Microsoft has announced new capabilities for Azure Quantum Elements aimed at enhancing research in chemistry and materials science. The updates include “Generative Chemistry,” which expedites the discovery of new compounds, potentially reducing years of lab work to mere days. Additionally, the platform introduces Accelerated Density Functional Theory (DFT), offering a 20-fold increase in the speed of electronic structure simulations. These advancements aim to leverage AI and high-performance computing, with future integration of quantum computing to further boost efficiency and accuracy.

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