Jay Gambetta, IBM Fellow and VP of Quantum Computing, unveils the updated IBM Quantum development roadmap through to 2025. We now believe we have what it takes to scale quantum computers into what we’re calling quantum-centric supercomputers, making it easier… Read More »IBM Quantum 2022 Updated Development Roadmap
Dr. John Preskill is a pioneer in the field of quantum computing, and in this video he joins Dr. Werner Vogels, CTO of Amazon.com, as they discuss the current state of quantum computing.
Dr. Charles Adams from Durham University speaks on “Quantum semiotics” There is considerable excitement about how quantum technologies (computing, communication and sensing) could advance human well being. But, are we held back because as Richard Feynman said , “I think I… Read More »Quantum semiotics
Get a really good overview of the field of quantum computing with a clear explanation of how they work, why people are excited about quantum algorithms and their value, the potential applications of quantum computers including quantum simulation, artificial intelligence… Read More »The Map of Quantum Computing PART II
New efforts in quantum tunneling – both theory and experiment – show that superluminal motion may be possible, while still managing to avoid the paradox of superluminal signaling.
Here’s a good overview of the quantum computing field. 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 PART I
Recorded 26 January 2022. Kirsten Eisentraeger of Pennsylvania State University presents “Classical and quantum algorithms for isogeny problems” at IPAM’s Quantum Numerical Linear Algebra Workshop. Abstract: Isogeny-based cryptography is one of a few candidates for post-quantum cryptography. The computational problems… Read More »Kirsten Eisentraeger on Classical and quantum algorithms for isogeny problems