I followed recently a talk about European-Chinese economic collaboration and the state of BRI, which made me become aware of the Digital Silk Road.
In July this year, IBM organized their already traditional Qiskit Summer School, and I was lucky enough to be able to register and follow.
Qiskit is a programming framework for coding quantum algorithms on IBM quantum computers. It is developed and maintained not only by IBM developers, but also a large community of external developers and Qiskit Advocates (to which I also belong). Qiskit summer school this year (GQSS21) was focused on quantum machine learning, a very exciting field at the intersection between quantum computing and machine learning. During two weeks, we learned about topics like: