Cambridge Quantum Announce Largest Ever Natural Language Processing Implementation on a Quantum Computer

Patterns Paper Shows Benefits of Modeling Complicated Small…

[ad_1] BOSTON, April 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Genuity Science, a U.S.-headquartered genomics data, analytics and insights organization, today announced that the paper "Quantum processor-inspired machine learning in the biomedical sciences," was published in the Cell…

Nanophotonics Could Be the 'Dark Horse' of the Quantum Computing Race, New Paper Says

Nanophotonics Could Be the ‘Dark Horse’ of the…

[ad_1] The race to build the first practical quantum computers looks like a two-horse contest between machines built from superconducting qubits and those that use trapped ions. But new research suggests a third contender—machines based…

Rock, paper, crumple! (via Qpute.com)

[ad_1] ... graphene sheets to tectonic plates crumple and could help engineers design better materials for a range of applications from quantum computing to ... [ad_2] This is a syndicated post. Read the original post at…

PQShield publishes white paper series to educate business leaders on the quantum threat to information security

PQShield publishes white paper series to educate business…

[ad_1] LONDON and OXFORD, England, Feb. 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- PQShield, the cybersecurity company specialising in post-quantum cryptography, has today published a series of white papers explaining the quantum threat to information security and outlining…

Research by University of Chicago PhD Student and…

[ad_1] March 23, 2020 — A new approach for using a quantum computer to realize a near-term “killer app” for the technology received first prize in the 2019 IBM Q Best Paper Award competition, the company…

Physical Review A – Accepted Paper: Implementation of…

[ad_1] We derive a deterministic protocol to implement a general single-qubit POVM on near-term circuit-based quantum computers. The protocol has a modular structure, such that an n-element POVM is implemented as a sequence of (n−1)…