This Disruptive Technologists’ event occurred on October 13, 2021, 4 PM to 5 PM EST Quantum computing harnesses the phenomena of quantum mechanics to deliver a huge leap forward in computational power to solve problems. In this October Disruptive Technologists… Read More »Disruptive Technologists’ Webinar on The Disruptive Power of Quantum Computing
Here’s an interesting explainer on quantum computing for beginners. What is quantum computing, how is different from what a classical computer? What gives it these superpowers & finally why hasn’t it taken off despite so much potential. #TechAtWork explains
Strictly speaking, this has nothing to do with quantum computing, but I am posting it here to remind us all how far conventional computing has come and how much opportunity there remains in quantum computing.
Holding a bachelor’s degree and Ph.D. in physics from UC Berkeley, Martinis discusses the transformational physics of information processed at increasingly high speeds and the experimental realization of quantum supremacy. From 2014–2020, Martinis oversaw a team of skilled engineers and… Read More »Distinguished Lecturer Series on “Quantum Supremacy”
Here’s a great summary of the importance of quantum computing. The audio is in German, but there are English subtitles. Es ist ja gut fuer mich das ich deutsch in der Schule gelernt! No tags,
In this video, Juan G Mendoza, who did his graduation with degrees in Computer Science and Physics and a certificate in Quantum Information, explains what you need to know about quantum computing. Juan is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in physics… Read More »Everything You need to know about Quantum Computing
Mark Jackson, Cambridge Quantum Computing and guest on Impact Quantum, Quantum Evangelist speaks at Data Con LA about Quantum Computing. Quantum computing is rapidly gaining in capability. It promises to solve problems which would be impossible for a classical computer,… Read More »Quantum Computing: The next new technology in computing
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.