QISKit Quantum Computation Webinar

Want to learn more about QISKit, IBM's quantum information software kit, with the top researchers at IBM? IBM just announced a learning webinar on January 9th, 2018 at 12:00 PM EST. QISKit is easy to start working ...

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How to find interesting Coursera courses

I take a LOT of Coursera courses. And I LOVE LEARNING so finding interesting Coursera courses and discovering and sharing these hidden gems is one of the perks of the job. There are so many cool ...

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Quantum computers: are they here?

Are quantum computers here? This morning, IBM announced their 20-qubit processor is now available, with a 50-qubit prototype (a device, not a simulator) that has been successfully measured and tested and will be available in their next-generation ...

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YCombinator Female Founders Conference 2017

The best part of the YCombinator Female Founders Conference this year was how actionable the advice was. I really appreciated Aileen Lee's no-nonsense attitude, where she outlined exactly what points women will be grilled at in ...

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Post-Quantum Cryptography at Google

Google, one of the front runners in the race for quantum computing, announced their first experiments with post-quantum cryptography. Why does it matter? If Google is starting to worry about post-quantum cryptography, maybe they had ...

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Quantum Technology News – Issue #11

Quantum computer factors numbers, could be scaled up The numbers quantum computers have been able to factor so far have NOT been very impressive, but this could all change very quickly. Running Shor's algorithm on a ...

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What’s the difference between quantum annealing and universal gate quantum computers?

Just as a GPU processes instructions related to graphics exponentially faster than a CPU, certain problems can be solved quadratically or polynomially faster with quantum algorithms, by exploiting the quantum effects of superposition and entanglement. ...

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Quantum Technology News – Issue #10

A lot of companies are finally giving concrete timelines to the "first" quantum computer. IBM's insights show that the first quantum computer will exist in less than 10 years (2025 estimate). Therefore, applications of all aspects ...

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