Quantum computers

adiabatic quantum computerClassical, Quantum and Simulated Quantum Computers Work Together

Nextbigfuture spoke with an experienced quantum computing machine learning solutions lead from 1qbit. 1qbit solves problems with quantum computer solutions with D-Wave Systems quantum and with Fujitsu’s digital (classical computer hardware) annealing system. They also have worked with many other …

adiabatic quantum computerFujitsu Using Classical Hardware to Run Quantum Algorithms

Fujitsu calls its quantum device a quantum-inspired Digital Annealer. It is classical hardware emulating systems. They are trying to solve a complex combinatorial optimization problem currently unsolvable by conventional computers in practical timeframe. Fujitsu’s research scientists are leveraging quantum algorithms …

adiabatic quantum computerFujitsu Has a 1 Million Qubit Digital Emulated Quantum Annealing System in the Lab and 8192 Qubits Commercially Available

Fujitsu has a Digital Annealer with 8192 Qubits and a 1 million qubit system in the lab. This is a classical hardware emulation of quantum annealing (analog) system. This is not a quantum computer but hardware emulation. David Worral, Head …

quantum computersCambridge Quantum Random Key Generation and Encryption

Cambridge Quantum Computing has a demo of its quantum key security generation at Ironbridgeapi.com. Above is a picture of a quantum random key generation device IronBridge is the world’s first commercially available certifiable Quantum Cryptographic Device. IronBridge addresses major security …

businessInvesting in Disruptive Innovation #suglobalsummit

Will Weisman is hosting the investment track at the 2019 Singularity Summit. Catherine Wood of Ark Invest ($10 billion under management) is speaking and saying that innovation is the key to growth. She indicates that public market investors have gotten …

artificial intelligenceNeil Jacobstein 2019 AI Update #suglobalsummit

Neil Jacobstein just gave a talk on Artificial Intelligence at the 2019 Singularity Summit. He described the advance in robotics and artificial intelligence. He reviewed the number of training steps needed for deep learning systems like Alpha Go Zero and …

adiaApplying Quantum Computing to Optimize Pokémon Fighting Teams

D-Wave Systems has a webinar in which they explain how to apply the power of quantum computing to gaming optimization using data from one of the world’s most popular fighting games: Pokémon. They explore a classic example of a combinatorial …

nanometersQuantum Computer Building Block is 200 Times Faster

University of New South Wales (UNSW) Professor Michelle Simmons and her team have developed the fastest two-qubit gate between atoms suspended in silicon. A two-qubit gate is the central building block of any quantum computer – and the UNSW team’s …

futureIEEE Roadmap Leads to One Nanometer Devices in 2033

The IEEE International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS) has a roadmap to one-nanometer semiconductor devices in 2033. The updated IRDS includes new information on cryogenic electronics and quantum information processing, added benchmarks for applications, and supplemental information and metrics …