Quantum computers are rapidly becoming more powerful and increasingly applicable for solving real-world problems. They have the potential to solve extremely difficult computational problems that are currently intractable for conventional computers. Quantum artificial intelligence is an emerging field that focuses on using quantum computing technologies to solve artificial intelligence problems. There are two main paradigms in quantum computing: adiabatic quantum computing and quantum gate-based quantum computing. Adiabatic quantum computing solves optimisation problems, while gate-based quantum computing is capable of more general computations.

The aim of the workshop is to provide a space for the discussion of scientific contributions related to quantum artificial intelligence.


  • Francisco Chicano, Universidad de Málaga (UPV/EHU), Email: chicano@uma.es
  • Gabriel Luque, Universidad de Malaga, Email: gluque@uma.es
  • Zakaria DAHI, Universidad de Málaga e INRIA, Email: zadahi@uma.es


The topics of interest within the scope of this workshop include, but not limited to, the following:

  • Quantum algorithms to accelerate/solve tasks in AI: quantum algorithms for linear systems of equations (HHL), Grover search, Shor Algorithm, quantum Fourier transform.
  • Quantum-inspired AI algorithms: quantum neural networks, quantum metaheuristics, quantum fuzzy systems, quantum data science.
  • Adiabatic quantum optimization.
  • Quantum learning theory.
  • Optimization problem formulation as QUBOs (Quadratic Unconstrained Binary Optimization).
  • Adiabatic computation and quantum optimization.
  • Theory and practice on running quantum software and algorithms in simulated and real quantum computers.
  • Hardware platforms for quantum computing.
  • Other topics relevant to quantum computing, AI and real applications.

Program Commitee

  • Eneko Osaba, Tecnalia
  • Francisco Martínez Álvarez, Universidad Pablo de Olavide
  • Mikel García de Andoin, Tecnalia
  • Miguel Ángel Martín-Delgado, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
  • Vicente Pérez Soloviev, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid
  • Izaskun Oregui, Tecnalia
  • Rodrigo Gil-Merino, UNIR

Submission & formatting

The instructions for the preparation of the works and the conditions of the different types of contributions are the same as those of the CAEPIA conference, and are available at https://caepia2024.aepia.org/cfp_es.html.

Submission of papers for the workshop must be done through the CAEPIA EasyChair, available at Easychair , using this workshop track.

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