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Roche and Cambridge Quantum Computing Use Algorithms for Early Alzheimer’s Drug Research

Roche and Cambridge Quantum Computing Use Algorithms for Early Alzheimer’s Drug Research

In a recently formed collaboration with Roche, Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) will design and implement noisy-intermediate-scale-quantum (NISQ) algorithms for early stage drug discovery and development. The collaboration, formed in late January 2021, will employ CQC’s quantum chemistry platform EUMEN,…

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Quantum optimization

Quantum optimization

“Our work has the potential to benefit major quantum computing applications, such as quantum chemistry, and to expand to materials, finance and stochastic/numerical mathematics,” said Ding. High-level languages allow programmers to operate quantum computers; however, the actual device-level control is performed via analog pulses, which stimulate the qubits to…

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Cambridge Quantum Reports Progress toward ‘Meaning Aware’ NLP

Cambridge Quantum Reports Progress toward ‘Meaning Aware’ NLP

UK-based Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC), a quantum software and algorithm specialist, today released researcher papers on its use of quantum computing to develop intuitive, “meaning-aware” natural language processing (QNLP). A focal point of artificial intelligence inquiry, NLP that is contextual, that comprehends emotion,…

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Atos advances quantum Computing with Q-score – PCR

Atos advances quantum Computing with Q-score – PCR

However, qubits are volatile and vastly vary in quality (speed, stability, connectivity…) from one quantum technology to another (supraconducting, trapped ions, silicon, photonics…), making it an imperfect benchmark tool. Atos’ latest “Q-score”, a universal quantum metrics reference, applicable to all programmable quantum processors,…

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