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Strangeworks integrates Cambridge Quantum Computing language t|ket> into ecosystem

Perhaps one of the UK’s best funded start-up’s sees their quantum language and framework integrated into the offering from Strangeworks, a Texas based Quantum provider. The US, Austin-based company is focused on making quantum computing more accessible and more human and will integrate CQC’s quantum software platform into the Strangeworks Quantum Computing ecosystem. The language offers many performance benefits to users wanting to extract the most from NISQ hardware.

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German Aerospace Center and Cambridge Quantum Partner to Use Quantum to Build Battery Simulations

German Aerospace Center and Cambridge Quantum Partner to Use Quantum to Build Battery Simulations

Using CQC’s software development framework for execution on NISQ (Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum) computers, DLR will render its quantum simulations on an IBM Q quantum computer. At the Helmholtz Institute Ulm (HIU) the department of Computational Electrochemistry is…

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Quantum Companies

Is CQC (Cambridge Quantum Computing) the new Google DeepMind? New Head of AI Beefs up Artificial Intelligence capabilities

Spurred on by the hiring of one of Google DeepMind’s key players, could the Quantum Company from Cambridge be the next contender as a DeepMind of Quantum? DeepMind is a start-up that emerged in the UK to pioneer Deep Leaning and AI, and as the world shifts into exploring how quantum computing can be explored in machine learning, there could be another company named CQC that could be the contender for perhaps the UK’s hottest Quantum / Deep Tech start-up.

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Quantum Machine Learning | Quantum News

Scientists develop quantum machine learning methods for reasoning

Scientists develop quantum machine learning methods for reasoning

Scientists at Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) have developed methods and demonstrated that quantum machines can learn to infer hidden information from very general probabilistic reasoning models. Examples include medical diagnosis, fault-detection in mission-critical machines, or financial forecasting for investment management. Machine learning scientists…

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