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China’s race for the mother of all supercomputers just got more...

Baidu, Alibaba and Tencent jockey for position in the development of quantum computing, which delivers a faster and more efficient approach to processing information...

A Chinese satellite just used quantum cryptography to make an unhackable...

The feat marks another milestone for the satellite, officially called Quantum Experiments at Space Scale (QESS)   The Chinese “Micius” satellite has successfully set up the...

An Introduction to Quantum Computing

In this article, I cover some of the basics of quantum computing and set up an environment on my local machine with Visual Studio...

Quantum Computing Enters 2018 Like It Is 1968

The quantum computing competitive landscape continues to heat up in early 2018. But today’s quantum computing landscape looks a lot like the semiconductor landscape...

IBM Just Announced an Insanely Powerful 50-Qubit Quantum Computer

Along with even more quantum computing records. At the IEEE Industry Summit on the Future of Computing in Washington DC on Friday, IBM announced the...

Is Quantum Computing an Existential Threat to Blockchain Technology?

By Nathana Sharma Amid steep gains in value and wild headlines, it’s easy to forget cryptocurrencies and blockchain aren’t yet mainstream. Even so, fans...

Breaking: An entirely new type of quantum computing has been invented

By Fiona MacDonald & Mike McRae. "It's amazing no one had thought of it before." Australian researchers have designed a new type of qubit - the...

Quantum Computing 2017 Update

Quantum computers may soon be the most powerful data center hardware. Here I review quantum computing concepts, and highlight recent innovations from IBM, D-Wave...

Quantum Computing, Deep Learning, and Artificial Intelligence

  By William Vorhies Summary:  Quantum computing is already being used in deep learning and promises dramatic reductions in processing time and resource utilization to train...

IBM launches Quantum Computing in the Cloud

IBM scientist Stefan Filipp, takes a closer look at the dilution refrigerator which will keep qubits are temperatures colder than the deepest parts of...

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