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Quantum Computing at NIST
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An emerging research focus at NIST is understanding the potential for quantum-based technology to transform security, computing and communications, and to develop the measurement and standards infrastructure necessary to exploit this potential ...

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Forbes

Q&A With Israel's Quantum Queen
Forbes
Dr. Michal Vakrat Wolkin is an Israel-based Applied Physicist. She was head of R&D for 3M, and now manages Lear Corporation Innovation and Investments in the future of connected and autonomous cars. In Silicon Valley, she's worked for NASA in a ...


Forbes

Adding A Little Quantum Computing To Your Business
Forbes
Quantum computing is one of those terms that sounds complex and scientific. And while it is in many respects, we're now used to terms like "artificial intelligence" and "machine learning," so quantum computing has a home, too, even in the business ...


Playing quantum catch in new research
Science Daily
In a new study published April 23 in the journal Nature Physics, Yale researchers "pitch" a qubit -- a tiny bit of quantum data -- from one physical point in a microwave cavity to a separate point in a different cavity. It is the first time an end-to ...

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Worse Than Y2K: Quantum Computing And The End Of Privacy
Forbes
Quantum computing has been theoretically proven to break most of today's encryption standards in near real time. These are based on mathematical puzzles that are intended to be difficult for traditional transistor-based processors. A traditional ...


IEEE Spectrum

20 Entangled Qubits Bring the Quantum Computer Closer
IEEE Spectrum
Although this sounds impressive in terms of classical computing, that number is too small to execute a quantum computation. Unlike a classical computer, which processes computations following a large number of sequential steps dictated by the program ...
Spectator Qubits Seek to Improve Control of Four Quantum Computing SystemsDuke Today

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Forbes

What Quantum Computing Is Really Good For (Right Now)
Forbes
Several years ago, I was on a panel discussion to mark the opening of the Mike & Ophelia Lazaridis Quantum-Nano Centre at the University of Waterloo, and the moderator asked us all to imagine being fifty years in the future, talking about the science ...

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The Australian Financial Review

Forget the trade war, China wants to win the computing arms race
The Australian Financial Review
Quantum computing uses the movement of subatomic particles to process data in amounts that modern computers can't handle. Mostly theoretical now, the technology is expected to be able to perform calculations that make today's computers look akin to an ...

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IBM backs Australian startup to boost quantum computing network
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Quantum computing startup Q-CTRL is ?the first spin-off company derived from the university's current strategic support for quantum research,? said Susan Pond, director of the University of Sydney Nano Institute. And now it's the only startup outside ...
How Gold Coast surfer Jay Gambetta became one of IBM's top quantum physicistsThe Australian Financial Review

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TNW

How quantum computing could wreak havoc on cryptocurrency
TNW
A quantum machine would bring that number to 1 trillion moves per second. The development of this technology is steaming ahead at an increasingly fast rate. The first marketed quantum computer was produced in 2011 by the California based company D-Wave ...
Quantum computing could revolutionize nuclear and particle physicsphysicsworld.com

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