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TNW

Quantum Computing Needs a Lot of Power. This Machine Could be the Answer.
Futurism
With 17-qubit chips and IBM's 50-qubit computer, quantum computing is coming ? that much is undeniable. But if quantum computers are ever going to be used for more complex tasks, they're going to need thousands ? if not millions ? of qubits. And we ...
Intel just put a quantum computer on a silicon chipTNW
Intel has just squeezed a 'quantum computer' onto a silicon chipTechRadar
Intel breakthrough brings quantum computers a step closer - Daily MailDaily Mail
ExtremeTech -Digital Trends -NS Tech -Nature
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BBC News

Quantum computers 'one step closer' - BBC News
BBC News
Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the development of a programmable quantum processor made with silicon. The team used microwave energy to align two electron particles suspended in silicon, then used them to perform a set of test ...
Quantum computers 'one step closer'BBC News
Old-fashioned silicon might be the key to building ubiquitous quantum computersMIT Technology Review
New Silicon Chip-Based Quantum Computer Passes Major TestGizmodo
Science News -Science Daily -Phys.Org
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WIRED

The Ongoing Battle Between Quantum and Classical Computers
WIRED
A popular misconception is that the potential?and the limits?of quantum computing must come from hardware. In the digital age, we've gotten used to marking advances in clock speed and memory. Likewise, the 50-qubit quantum machines now coming online ...


New Scientist

Quantum computer could have predicted Trump's surprise election
New Scientist
Predicting the outcome of a general election is a challenge. But combining quantum computing with neural network technology could improve forecasts, according to a new study that used just such a network to model the 2016 US presidential elections ...


Newsweek

Physics Creates New Form of Light That Could Drive the Quantum Computing Revolution
Newsweek
For the first time, scientists have watched groups of three photons interacting and effectively producing a new form of light. In results published in Science, researchers suggest that this new light could be used to perform highly complex, incredibly ...
Physicists Have Made the Second-Ever Observation of Interacting PhotonsFuturism
New Form Of Light Could Support Quantum ComputingValueWalk
Scientists Created New Form Of Light With Potential Use In Quantum ComputingTech Times
Outer Places -International Business Times -Scicasts (press release) (blog) -MIT News
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Gizmodo

US Government Has 69 Proposed Candidates for Quantum Computer-Resistant Security Algorithms
Gizmodo
Currently, lots of data is encrypted based on public key cryptography, which relies on a simple principle: Some math problems, like factoring large numbers into primes, are hard for a computer to solve. But there's an algorithm, called Shor's algorithm ...


FactorDaily

Meet QuNu Labs, the Bengaluru startup making data safer for the quantum computing era
FactorDaily
Global tech giants and scientists are in a race to build quantum computers, hoping to usher in the Quantum era of computing? faster and more efficient than ever before. In Bengaluru, a new startup is solving a big problem that might crop up if the ...


New Scientist

Is the quantum computer revolution really just five years away?
New Scientist
Recently, those at the forefront of the race to realise the potential of the first quantum computer have started to signal that within the next half decade a functional quantum computer will be here ? a machine capable of undertaking tasks unimaginable ...


Washington Post

Quantum computers may be more of an imminent threat than AI ...
Washington Post
Elon Musk, Stephen Hawking and others have been warning about runway artificial intelligence, but there may be a more imminent threat: quantum computing. It could pose a greater burden on businesses than the Y2K computer bug did toward the end of the ...
Early quantum computing investors see benefitsFinancial Times
Australian Scientists Just Won't Quit With These Quantum ...Gizmodo Australia
Major innovations in Intel quantum computing unveiledTechGenix (blog)
WikiTribune -Phys.Org
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Quanta Magazine

Quantum Algorithms Struggle Against Old Foe: Clever Computers
Quanta Magazine
?Most of the time when people talk about quantum computing, classical computing is dismissed, like something that is past its prime,? said Cristian Calude, a mathematician and computer scientist at the University of Auckland in New Zealand. ?But that ...