In the Week 7 of Visually Understanding Quantum Computing, we try to introduce ourselves to the concept of phase in Quantum Computing. This is particularly important as we would proceed to understand the phase-based Quantum Gates in the upcoming week!
The reality of quantum applications is that their applicability is optional. Let’s shine a light on the status quo. The problems of today’s quantum algorithms are just a midnight snack. Anecdotes await, like the trend to “democratize Quantum Computing” even… Read More »Tales from the Quantum Industry
This video explains: 1. What are Quantum computers? 2. How are they different from Regular Computers? 3. What are Qubits and how do they work? 4. Relationship of Quantum computing with natural phenomena
Here’s a good explainer on quantum computing’s potential impact by way of Forbes. In the near future, there’s a good chance quantum computers will be a game changing technology for humanity. The industry is still in its early stages, with… Read More »Quantum Computers Could Change Everything – Here’s What You Should Know In Under 4 Minutes
Quantum computing is often misunderstood and misrepresented. Yuichiro Minato clears up a few puzzling aspects surrounding the quantum world of computing. Sit back and enjoy our Q&A delving deep to help reframe your understanding of what is “quantum”.
A common phrase in quantum mechanics is: “The electron is in multiple states at the same time.” But it’s actually a lie. Quantum particles like electrons are never in multiple states at the same time. It’s just that most quantum… Read More »Quantum Superposition, Explained Without Woo Woo
An excellent summary of the field of quantum computing. With this video I aim to give a really good overview of the field of quantum computing with a clear explanation of how they work, why people are excited about quantum… Read More »The Map of Quantum Computing – Your Ultimate Guide to Quantum Computers
In this video, Caltech theoretical physicist Fernando Brandão and experimental physicist Oskar Painter discuss progress in quantum computing, next steps in development, the advantages quantum computers are expected to have, and how they may be helpful in solving today’s problems.… Read More »Caltech Science Exchange: What is the Future of Quantum Computing?
Dr. Talia Gershon, a materials scientist by training, came to IBM Research in 2012. After 4.5 years of developing next-generation solar cell materials, she got inspired to learn about quantum computing because it might enable all kinds of discoveries (including… Read More »A Beginner’s Guide To Quantum Computing