ColdQuanta Could Become the Fastest Scaling Quantum Computer Approach

Nextbigfuture interviewed Tom Noel, ColdQuanta’s Director of Quantum Computing and Interim CEO Dan Caruso. ColdQuanta is using neutral atoms instead of trapped ions as the basis for its quantum computers. ColdQuanta is building a functional first system now and believes they will be able to scale to the 1000s of qubits faster than competing approaches. …

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Intelligent Holographic Nanostructures Can Reach 400 EXAFlops and Beyond Human Brain Neural Density

An AI optical circuit has been made with a neural density equal to 1/400 of human brain. The circuit is trained to process information through unpowered all-optical inference at the speed of light with a computational power more than ten orders of magnitude larger than electronic processors. In future, its neural density is expected to …

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How OneView Uses Synthetic Data for the Remote Sensing Industry

What is synthetic data? It is data that is not generated through direct measurement or data capture methods, but rather data that is made from scratch. Examples of which are data derived from computer simulations based on variables that emulate real-world situations. Synthetic data is useful in coming up with projections or examining the potential …

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Eight Nvidia A100 Next Generation Tensor Chips for 5 Petaflops at $200,000

The Nvidia A100 chip was presented at the Hot Chips conference. Sander Olson provided Nextbigfuture with the presentation. The Nvidia A100 is a third-generation Tensor Core chip. It is faster and more efficient than competing chips like the prior Nvidia chip (V100), the Google Tensor processing unut (TPU) version 3, and Huawei Ascend. The Nvidia …

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QC Ware Quantum Loader Breakthrough for up 100X Faster Training of Quantum Machine Learning

QC Ware, a leader in enterprise software and services for quantum computing, announced a breakthrough in quantum machine learning (QML) that increases QML accuracy and speeds up the industry timeline for practical QML applications on near-term quantum computers. They have achieved a speedup of about 100 times. Nextbigfuture interviewed Yianni Gamvros, Head of Product and …

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Beyond Big Data is Big Memory Computing for 100X Speed

MemVerge, the inventor of Memory Machine software, today introduced what’s next for in-memory computing: Big Memory Computing. This new category is sparking a revolution in data center architecture where all applications will run in memory. Until now, in-memory computing has been restricted to a select range of workloads due to the limited capacity and volatility …

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Data is the New Oil and Google DataSet Search is the Motherlode of Data

Data is the new oil and now Google is providing Dataset Search. Datasets are needed to train Machine Learning and for other computer projects. Data is a vital resource for the modern age and now Datasets are easily published and discovered. Dataset Search has indexed almost 25 million of these datasets, giving you a single …

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With Quantum SpeedUp Proven Will There Be Quantum Manhattan Projects?

Google will likely announce quantum speedup and quantum supremacy has been proven using the random circuit selection problem. It is pretty clear that physics allows quantum speedup. Will there be Quantum Manhattan Projects? Phase 1a – Scale existing superconducting technology to 1000 or so non-error-corrected qubits. Phase 1b – Try to get better qubits and …

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Neural Nets to Simulate Molecular Motion

Artificial neural nets can be trained to encode quantum mechanical laws to describe the motions of molecules, supercharging simulations potentially across a broad range of fields. New deep learning models predict the interactions between atoms in organic molecules. These models will help computational biologists and drug development researchers understand and treat disease. Quantum mechanical (QM) …

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Quantum Computing and AI Models Larger Proteins to Find New Drugs

ProteinQure uses quantum computing, molecular simulations and reinforcement learning to engineer new drugs. They combine state-of-the-art structure-based algorithms, including molecular dynamics simulations and machine learning. Their design platform explores vast regions of sequence space and predict functional properties of therapeutics to rapidly deliver new insights to their partners in pharmaceutical R&D. ProteinQure can obtain structures …

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How You Walk and Hold Your Device Could Replace Passwords

The Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) is looking at 46 ways to identify a person for mobile devices that do not involve passwords. They are looking at how you walk, swipe and hold your device among other methods to not use passwords. Continuous multi-factor authentication (CMFA) will run seamlessly in the background allowing access through …

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