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adaptive clinical trialsDwave Quantum Computer 128 qubits Weeks away

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CTO of Dwave Systems has mentioned in comments on his site. They will also be showing entanglement related results. We’re tracking fairly well to our earlier projections in most aspects of the project. Our first cut at a 128 qubit …

batteriesCluster State Quantum Computers

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There has been a proof of concept using lasers to enable the first use of Deutsch’s Algorithm in a cluster state quantum computer. Cluster state quantum computers or one-way quantum computer are a scheme of quantum computation that consists entirely …

canadaAP reports on the Dwave Quantum Computer

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It again reviews the uncertainty associated with whether it is quantum computing now and whether it will still quantum compute when it is scaled Here is link to my quantum computer article section This is my first of three articles …

carbon nanotubesBig News: Quantum computer demo dates announced

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Dwave Systems has fixed the dates for the demo of their Orion quantum computing system. They are going to hold two events, one at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California on February 13th, and the second at the …

displaysDwave Systems will be commercially releasing a new 1152 qubit quantum annealing system in March 2015

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Dr. Colin P. Williams , Director of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships for D-Wave Systems provided answers in an email interview with Nextbigfuture. 1. How is Dwave doing with the 2048 qubit system ? D-Wave is making fantastic progress …

new state of matterD-Wave Systems sells its first Quantum Computing System to Lockheed Martin Corporation

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Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE: LMT) has entered into an agreement to purchase a quantum computing system from D-Wave Systems Inc. Lockheed Martin and D-Wave will collaborate to realize the benefits of a computing platform based upon a quantum annealing processor, …

EconomicsIntel’s Gelsinger sees clear path to 10 nanometer lithography

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Intel’s Pat Gelsinger (NSDQ:INTC) sees a “clear way” to manufacturing chips under 10 nanometers and when the semiconductor industry transitions to 450mm silicon wafers around 2012, the number of companies that run their own fabs will drop into the single …

carsDwave System 28 qubit system coverage

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Nanowerk covers the Dwave systems demo of a 28 qubit quantum computer system. “Advancing the machine to 28 qubits in such a short space of time lends credibility to our claim of having a scaleable architecture,” stated Herb Martin, D-Wave’s …

carbon nanotubesAI the 1950s and now or did you make that nematode smarter than humans yet?

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Lee Gomes of the Wall Street Journal asks : But don’t singularity people know that AI researchers have been trying to make such machines since the 1950s, without much success? Lee is referring to the goal of making machines smarter …

carbon nanotubesAccelerating Future on the Singularity and Transhumanist Technology

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There are good articles at accelerating future. 1. Michael describes the confusion around the term the Singularity 2. He describes 10 top transhumanist technologies I would expand out item number 8 Gene therapy/RNA interference with synthetic biology and synthetic life …