The European Laboratory CERN is synonymous with the advancements in particle physics. The research at CERN hopes to hold answers to what forms the building blocks of the universe. CERN is home to the world’s largest particle accelerator, The Large… Read More »Can Quantum Computing decode the universe’s mysteries? CERN is Betting on it!
Linus from Linus Tech Tips “unboxes” a D-Wave quantum computer. Yeah, it’s a bit click-baity and from 2017, but it’s a fairly well done video that explains the hardware behind one of the leading quantum computer manufacturers.
The mysterious world of quantum mechanics has mystified physicists for decades, despite being the best explanation of reality that we have. Now, software developers can exploit this weirdness and also be confounded by it. 🙂 Here’s a great overview of… Read More »A Brief History of Quantum Mechanics
In this video, Anastasia Marchenkova explains how she got into quantum computing. Time stamps: 0:00 My journey 0:21 Growing up, High School & Robotics 1:41 College & Picking a Major 4:11 Undergraduate quantum research 6:01 Detour to start a company… Read More »How She Became A Quantum Computing Researcher
The pace of innovation in quantum computing is picking up rapidly, In this video, get a breakdown Every Major Quantum Computing breakthrough in 2021 (so far)!
Jungsang Kim, CTO & Co-Founder, and Chris Monroe, Chief Scientist & Co-Founder of IonQ, presents to attendees on December 8, 2020 at Q2B20 – Practical Quantum Computing, an annual conference hosted by QC Ware.
Lex Fridman is a podcaster extraordinaire and in this clip Scott Aaronson talks about the biggest practical use case of quantum computers. Scott Aaronson is a professor at UT Austin, director of its Quantum Information Center, and previously a professor… Read More »Scott Aaronson on the Biggest Practical Application of Quantum Computers