This is strictly not quantum computing related, but fascinating nonetheless. Prof. Jim-Al-Khalili explains the emerging field of quantum biology and discusses how this new discipline has developed from its inception in the 1920s until fruition in the late 1990s with… Read More »Quantum Biology Explained by Jim Al-Khalili
Today Sabine Hossenfelder speculates about the Nobel Prize in Physics, and explain why she thinks it’s overdue to go to Aspect, Clauser, and Zeilinger. The probably coolest thing to have come out of their work is quantum teleportation. Time stamps:… Read More »The 2nd Quantum Revolution: What is Quantum Teleportation?
The mysterious world of quantum mechanics has mystified physicists for decades, despite being the best explanation of reality that we have. Now, software developers can exploit this weirdness and also be confounded by it. 🙂 Here’s a great overview of… Read More »A Brief History of Quantum Mechanics
The pace of innovation in quantum computing is picking up rapidly, In this video, get a breakdown Every Major Quantum Computing breakthrough in 2021 (so far)!
Anastasia Marchenkova saw this new paper, called “Playing with Quantum Computers” and it talked about the difficulty of learning quantum computing, and thought it would be a great way to cover some basic concepts, using this game. So in this video,… Read More »How To Win a Quantum Coin Flip