In this session, the Chief Data Scientist at RoundSqr, Srinivas Atreya, talks about one of the widely-used buzzwords but often poorly understood – “Quantum Computing”. An exciting, powerful, and totally different form of computing, Quantum Computing, is expected to enable… Read More »Quantum Computing for Software Engineers: An Introduction
Flaviu Cipcigan of IBM research outlines the collaborative vision for how to tackle climate change. He then details the key differences between classical and QCs, and how QCs are better suited to solving inherently quantum problems related to carbon capture.… Read More »Flaviu Cipcigan Interview – Quantum Technology: Our Sustainable Future
During his 20 years at Intel James Clarke has been a process engineer, led advanced interconnect research, and launched Intel’s Quantum Computing efforts with a focus on leveraging our in-house transistor process and manufacturing capabilities to create scalable qubit arrays.… Read More »Architecture All Access: Quantum Computing
Awareness about quantum computing’s potential is spreading. In some fields, such as quantum sensors, quantum communications and cybersecurity, disruption will probably come in a matter of years and impact a wide variety of sectors. On the long run, they promise… Read More »Be Prepared! Quantum Technologies are going to be the Next Big Disruption
Solving certain types of problems can take billions of years on our current conventional computers. Quantum computers, however, could potentially solve these types of problems in just seconds. Quantum computers have the potential to impact many fields, such as machine… Read More »Why Quantum Computing Could Transform Our World
Quantum computing currently costs $10,000 a qubit: just one of the reasons why it’s hard and expensive to scale. SEEQC is taking a different approach to building scalable million-qubit machines that can actually deliver on the promise of quantum computers… Read More »Million-qubit quantum computing at $300 per qubit?!