In this video, the Eigenbros discuss and reflect on qubit systems, particularly defect and Superconducting qubits. They also react to all the different types of qubit technologies that are being developed by tech giants such as IBM, IonQ, Microsoft.
Frank La Vigne
Gokul Alex started working on Quantum Computers during his career in IBM in 2012. He has designed and developed Quantum Blood Filters in IBM Qiskit. He has worked on Quantum Dot Laser concepts during in engineering education days for the… Read More »A Brief History of Quantum Computing – Introduction by Gokul Alex
In this webinar panelists discuss the key claims in the latest paper from USTC, covering: How does this work compare to Google’s result on quantum supremacy? How can these claims be verified independently? What is the next big announcement we… Read More »Is China Ahead in the Quantum Computing Race?
Here’s an interesting lecture on using photon polarization for quantum computing. Time stamps: 0:00 Review of photon polarization measurement, quantum states, and Born’s Rule 26:20 Can Bob determine the state of a single photon sent by Alice? 31:52 Classical bits… Read More »Photon polarization and Qubits
In part 1 of this special series with Vint Cerf, father of the Internet and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google, Vint shares his views on challenges and progress in self-driving cars and quantum computing. While both are yet to be rush… Read More »Vint Cerf on Autonomous Cars and Quantum Computing
Entanglement is not limited to just two qubits. Learn how to generate GHZ states, or large-scale entanglement, using the GHZ circuit. We will also discuss the concept of maximal entanglement.