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Scientists have found a way of using Light/Photonics to massively speed up Quantum Computers on their path to reaching Quantum Supremacy. Which means that Quantum Computers aren’t far of from beating any regular computer or human being in comparison. The… Read More »Is Light the Path Towards Quantum Supremacy?
IBM has created the world’s largest superconducting quantum computer, surpassing the size of state of the art machines from Google and Chinese researchers. Previous devices have demonstrated up to 60 superconducting qubits working together to solve problems, but IBM’s new… Read More »IBM creates largest ever superconducting quantum computer
This video looks at two recent papers released by the University of Science Technology China group showing quantum supremacy in a superconducting qubit quantum computer and a Gaussian boson sampling experiment.
The OpenSuperQ project is building a quantum computer based on superconducting integrated circuits, large enough to outperform classical computers in some tasks. The project, which gathers 10 international partners from academia and industry, is part of the European Flagship’s quantum… Read More »Building an Open Superconducting Quantum Computer
Chao-Yang Lu & Jian-Wei Pan are researching about Quantum Computing at University of Science and Technology of China. They are Top 10 Winners in the Physical Sciences category to become the Science Breakthrough of the Year 2021.
This workshop will provide a crash-and-burn course in quantum computing and an introduction to Q#, Microsoft’s programming language for expressing quantum algorithms. You’ll practice writing and simulating a basic quantum program, and discuss how this technology applies to you! RICHARD… Read More »Quantum Computing from a Software Perspective
Quantum computing is in a weird stage right now – it’s not quite mature and it’s outside of its infancy. You can say that the field is in its adolescent phase. Anastasia Marchenkova explains: There’s super basic applications, theoretical applications,… Read More »Do You Believe these Five Quantum Computing Myths?
Here’s an interesting look at Google’s quantum supremacy project. With Google’s record calculation speed from their supercomputer, Sycamore, we are suddenly looking at answering the questions that puzzled some of science’s greatest minds. But even better, we’re looking at possibly… Read More »Google’s Plan To Create The World’s First Quantum Computer