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Along with the immense promise of quantum computing come the enhanced security threats too. This has opened up a whole new field known as post quantum security. “Not only is the Universe stranger than we think, it is stranger than...
The German Cancer Research Centre plans to use quantum computing to develop individually effective cancer treatment methods Medical records of cancer patients can often comprise up to 100 terabytes of heterogeneous data, including blood and tumour values, personal indicators, sequencing...
The discovery of a new superconducting material promises lower susceptibility to electromagnetic fields for efficient quantum computing Superconductors are materials that conduct electricity without any resistance when cooled below a certain temperature. They are also known to have quantum properties,...
With 27 qubits, it is a powerful system using which companies and institutions will be able to carry out their research Sustainable transport, faster development of new materials and pharmaceutical products, more efficient analysis of complex financial flows —...
The scanning microscope rapidly characterises magnetic flux in superconducting circuits, thus helping device designers Device characterisation is a requisite for the development of CMOS semiconductor. As the quantum industry grows and scales up the number of qubits for commercialisation, intelligence...
Quantum-assisted reasoning based on partial information demonstrates quantum machine intelligence that is accurate, flexible and effective Scientists at Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) have developed methods and demonstrated that quantum machines can learn to infer hidden information from very general probabilistic...
Generates error-free, microwave signals that are required to control the state of qubits in quantum computers Following the launch of the SHFQA Quantum Analyzer, Zurich Instruments now launches the SHFSG Signal Generator, the first instrument of its kind that can...
Superconducting processors could speed up traditional supercomputers and remarkably cut their power consumption The processing power of a quantum computer is based on superconducting qubits operated at extremely low temperatures. Qubits are typically controlled by conventional electronics at room temperature,...
A quantum computer is a machine that performs calculations based on the laws of quantum mechanics. The excitement surrounding quantum computing is mainly due to the fact that it reduces the computational complexities of certain problems. Quantum entanglement is a...
At least three companies are expected to introduce their quantum computers in 2020, while some more may be working secretly on them. In India, the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research has undertaken to lead this national mission. Fundamentally, quantum computing...