From the early charge qubit to today’s 50+ transmon processors, Yale professor Steven Girvin walks through the advancements and breakthroughs in the field of superconducting quantum information.
Imagine if you will, a quantum computing architecture based on photons rather than the spin of electrons. Such a device is a photonic computer and may just revolutionize a revolutionary technology. In this interview, Lightmatter CEO Nick Harris talks about… Read More »Photonic computing questions answered: Lightmatter CEO
This live AMA will cover quantum computing application for improving electric vehicle (EV) battery chemistry, and the infrastructure to optimize, and more-efficiently charge these batteries. IBM Quantum’s Dr. Gavin Jones, who has led much of IBM’s research into battery chemistry,… Read More »Quantum computing & AI: Building the battery of the future
Ions are the qubits existing in nature, like the pennies from the heaven, check out this video from Bensen Hsu to find out more. Chapters: 0:00 Explain maglev train 0:49 What is ion? Why using it? 2:48 Levitate 1000 ions… Read More »Trapped-ion qubit, the maglev train of a quantum computer
Anastasia Marchenkova saw this new paper, called “Playing with Quantum Computers” and it talked about the difficulty of learning quantum computing, and thought it would be a great way to cover some basic concepts, using this game. So in this video,… Read More »How To Win a Quantum Coin Flip
Quantum computing has enormous potential in scientific research. Watch this video to see how IBM and CERN are working together to use quantum computing in high energy physics research.
Classical and quantum computers share many general components – power supply, data storage, RAM memory, motherboard, but they differ in the way the central processing unit (CPU) works. A classical CPU is made from transistors, which is like an on/off… Read More »What makes a Quantum Computer Fundamentally More Powerful?
Quantum teleportation is a fundamental concept in quantum computing. It introduces a lot of key quantum computing concepts. In the following video, learn what quantum teleportation is, the steps to teleport quantum information, and show you how to write this… Read More »Quantum Teleportation Tutorial with OpenQASM on IBM Quantum Experience
Delbert Murphy joins Scott Hanselman to show how quantum-inspired algorithms mimic quantum physics to solve difficult optimization problems. Quantum-Inspired optimization (QIO) takes state-of-the-art algorithmic techniques from quantum physics and makes these capabilities available in Azure on conventional hardware, and callable… Read More »Quantum-inspired algorithms and the Azure Quantum optimization service