Here’s a preview of IEEE Quantum Week. IEEE Quantum Week — the IEEE International Conference on Quantum Computing and Engineering (QCE) — is bridging the gap between the science of quantum computing and the development of an industry surrounding it.… Read More »Quantum Week Preview with James Nguyen
Fellow quantum content creator TheUnlockr experienced the same frustration many of us feel and finally got down to business getting the answers about quantum computing in a way that anyone can grok. Everything I’ve seen trying to answer what quantum computers… Read More »Quantum Computers Explained in a Way Anyone Can Understand
Everything in the universe is made up of just a few different types of subatomic particles. Learn more about these particles and how physicists have built their knowledge of them – including the discovery of the Higgs boson at the… Read More »Beyond the Atom: Remodelling Particle Physics
Here’s an interesting look at Google’s quantum supremacy project. With Google’s record calculation speed from their supercomputer, Sycamore, we are suddenly looking at answering the questions that puzzled some of science’s greatest minds. But even better, we’re looking at possibly… Read More »Google’s Plan To Create The World’s First Quantum Computer
This talk from Microsoft Research is the single best introduction to quantum computing for software developers that I have seen to date. The talk concludes with a live demonstration of quantum entanglement on a real-world quantum computer, and a demo… Read More »Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists
Today Sabine Hossenfelder speculates about the Nobel Prize in Physics, and explain why she thinks it’s overdue to go to Aspect, Clauser, and Zeilinger. The probably coolest thing to have come out of their work is quantum teleportation. Time stamps:… Read More »The 2nd Quantum Revolution: What is Quantum Teleportation?