quantum computers

futureWith 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 …

artificial intelligenceGoogle Quantum Supremacy Problem Involved Random Number Sampling

An important milestone for quantum computers seems to have been reached with Google using a quantum computer to solve a problem 1 billion times faster than the fastest supercomputer in the world. This could be the beginning of quantum supremacy. …

cloud computingIBM 53 Qubit Cloud Accessible Quantum Computer and Nextbigfuture Interviews Bob Sutor, VP – IBM Q Strategy

IBM opened the IBM Quantum Computation Center in New York State. The new center expands the world’s largest fleet of commercial quantum systems existing beyond the confines of experimental lab environments. This includes five 20-qubit systems with a Quantum Volume …

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 …

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 …

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 …

atomically precise manufacturingPath to Million Qubit Quantum Computers Using Atoms and Lasers

Atom Computing is building quantum computers using individually controlled atoms. As one of the world’s leading researchers in atomic clocks and neutral atoms, Benjamin Bloom (co-founder of Atom Computing) built the world’s fastest atomic clock, and it is considered the …