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Computers: Past, Present, and Future

Computers: Past, Present, and Future

Swaine, Michael R. , Hemmendinger, David , Freiberger, Paul A. and Pottenger, William Morton. Internet, Science & Tech, Pew Research Center, 22 July 2020, www.pewresearch.org/internet/2018/12/10/artificial-intelligence-and-the-future-of-humans/. Accessed 4 April 2021. Artificial intelligence powered by quantum computing could be the key to solving many world issues, such as…

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The Making of Quantum Chess

The Making of Quantum Chess

Cantwell is a quantum physicist, quantum game developer, and more notably, the creator of Quantum Chess. Additionally, games are a promising tool for quantum education and inclusion because they have a lower barrier to entry than, say, a quantum mechanics course. During this colloquium, he explained…

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Small drum beats in the laboratory “impossible” rhythms. This changes the picture across the boundaries of our world

Small drum beats in the laboratory “impossible” rhythms. This changes the picture across the boundaries of our world

On the smallest conceivable scale, the scale of fundamental particles, the building blocks of everything around us, the world behaves very differently from what we are used to. Things can be in multiple…

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Cambridge Quantum Computing To Explore Creating Better Simulation Models Partners With German Aerospace Center For Battery Development

Cambridge Quantum Computing To Explore Creating Better Simulation Models Partners With German Aerospace Center For Battery Development

Using CQC’s software development framework for execution on Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum computers, The German Aerospace will render its quantum simulations on an IBM Q quantum computer. Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is an independent quantum…

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