Scientists have found a way of using Light/Photonics to massively speed up Quantum Computers on their path to reaching Quantum Supremacy. Which means that Quantum Computers aren’t far of from beating any regular computer or human being in comparison. The… Read More »Is Light the Path Towards Quantum Supremacy?
NEC Australia and D-Wave were selected by the Australian Department of Defence to demonstrate the use of hybrid quantum computing technology to solve a “last mile resupply” problem. The technology optimized how autonomous vehicles were used to resupply army forces… Read More »NEC Australia: Solving the Last Mile Resupply Problem
Addressing the world’s climate emergency is an uphill battle, requiring a multifaceted approach including optimal deployment of green-energy alternatives. Such undertakings often involve computationally-expensive optimisation of black-box models in a continuous parameter space. They observe good performance on the D-Wave… Read More »Quantum Computing in Green Energy Production
Quantum computing is already making in inroads as a promising element in the overall advanced computing sector. This talk will discuss some of the more recent and compelling trends as the sector increasingly moves out of the laboratory and into… Read More »Integration into the Advanced Computing End User Community
As a leader in financial services, PayPal is dedicated to creating a safe, secure and trusted platform that can effectively and efficiently detect fraudulent transactions and protect against threats. Discover how quantum computing can be applied to financial services and… Read More »Harnessing Quantum Computing in #FinTech
Western Canadian grocery retailer Save-On-Foods is using hybrid quantum algorithms to bring grocery optimization solutions to their business, with pilot tests underway. The company has been able to reduce the time an important optimization task takes from 25 hours to… Read More »Save on Foods: Quantum Computing in Grocery