Tag: Quantum Computing

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11 Facts That Help Explain the Quantum Computer

Based on quantum mechanics, quantum computers have almost nothing in common with the conventional computers we’ve come to know and use. If you want to be able to teach your kids quantum physics, read this...
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11 Companies set for a Quantum Leap in Computing

According to Morgan Stanley's tech experts, out of 11 companies set to lead the “quantum” leap, Google, Microsoft, IBM and Nokia Bell Labs have the best roadmaps. Since the 1980s, when the concept was first...
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4 Goals set by New MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab

IBM and MIT have teamed up and created an AI research lab. Spanning 10 years, the $240 million USD joint research initiative is centered on 4 focal research areas. In the era of Industry 4.0,...
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Chinese Quantum Satellite Transmits First Ever ‘Unhackable’ Code

Chinese researchers just made another quantum breakthrough when they were able to transmit what appears to be the world's first 'unhackable' code. A year ago, People's Republic of China launched into space the very first...
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Unhackable Chinese Communication Network Launches Soon

As numerous hacking and security breach incidents are making headlines around the world, China is preparing to launch the first hack-proof communication network. In a bid to protect the country's state secrets from prying eyes,...
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3 Breakthroughs Setting the Standard for Future Computers

Computing technology is on the brink of some major achievements, and some of them stand to change everything in the field. Have you noticed how much computers have advanced in the last decade? How about...
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Quantum Breakthrough: Researchers Successfully Simulated a 45-Qubit Quantum Circuit

Ph.D. students from Swiss Federal Institute of Technology made some noise in the science community when they successfully simulated a 45-qubit quantum circuit--the largest ever simulation of a quantum computer to date. The two students, Thomas...
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IBM Wants to Reliably Transfer Quantum Data Using TASE, Nanowire Networks

IBM has taken a big step toward practical, scalable quantum computing. How could their design be the circuitry of computing's future? Quantum computing is the future of supercomputing. Right now, however, it is still a...
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Edgy Labs Called it: Diamond-defect Qubits for Commercial Quantum Computers

A collaboration between MIT, Harvard, and Sandia National Laboratories created methodologies for diamond-vacancy-based quantum computing storage devices.  In November of last year, we covered the exploits of City University of New York scientists, who were...
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Quantacell: Why Quantum Effects Mean Batteries Charge Faster

Qubits in a quantum system can store data as well as energy. This property could be the basis for quantum batteries that would charge much faster than conventional batteries. In addition to research to further...