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Microsoft’s New Quantum Computing Course: Quantum computing foundations

We feature quite a few different Quantum courses. In the past we have covered courses from IBM, EdX, Coursera, Brilliant and Microsoft. We now can report there is another instalment in the popular Quantum Computing series from Microsoft. The course is named quantum computing foundations and aims to help users begin exploring quantum computing and optimization (one of the early but indeed very useful applications of Quantum Computing).

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Microsoft and the State of Quantum: Q&A With Mariia Mykhailova

Microsoft and the State of Quantum: Q&A With Mariia Mykhailova

Microsoft Quantum partners with quantum-focused companies and universities to accelerate research, development, and adoption of quantum solutions and to advance the state of quantum computing education. Microsoft Quantum partners with quantum-focused companies and universities to accelerate research, development, and adoption of…

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Microsoft : A practical perspective on quantum computing

Microsoft : A practical perspective on quantum computing

Many industries-automotive, aerospace, healthcare, government, finance, manufacturing, and energy-have tough optimization problems where these quantum-inspired solutions can save time and money. This includes chemistry and materials science, for game-changing solutions like designing better batteries, new catalysts, quantum materials, or countering climate change. How…

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Myth vs. reality: a practical perspective on quantum computing

Myth vs. reality: a practical perspective on quantum computing

Many industries—automotive, aerospace, healthcare, government, finance, manufacturing, and energy—have tough optimization problems where these quantum-inspired solutions can save time and money. Quantum-Inspired Optimization for Transportation by Anita Ramanan, Microsoft Quantum Software Engineer, and Scott Vanselous, VP Digital Supply Chain Solutions at Trimble….

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Amazon decides to build its own Quantum Computer

Since we covered the AWS (Amazon Web Services) service that enables quantum hardware on Amazons cloud platform (bra-ket) which employs third party hardware, it seems Amazon is keen to actually build its own quantum computing hardware. Many might argue it was only a matter of time, as Amazon has past experience of looking at trends and acting on them. It uses data heavily and mines for trends and opportunities. So if Amazon is interested in building a Quantum Computer this is good news, it has obviously seen some clear advantages of building its own devices.

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We take an early glimpse at Microsoft’s new Quantum computing course

Microsoft is one of the most well known software companies on the planet that has reaches into operating systems, games (with Xbox) and even hardware. Microsoft also has numerous research centres which are focused on cutting edge computer science. As you might expect, Microsoft is working on Quantum Computing. We take a look at how Microsoft is helping people learn about the Quantum space, it’s Quantum programming language and software stack.

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How Classic software developers can learn Quantum Computing

The quantum revolution is on its way. Whilst researchers are still finding the killer applications that take Quantum Computing into prime time that hasn’t stopped developers learning the basis of Quantum Computing and how to program qubits in a range of devices and simulators that come from the Likes of IBM, Microsoft and Google plus lesser known start-ups such as CQC (Cambridge Quantum Computing) and Xanadu.

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Microsoft taps LLVM for quantum computing

Microsoft taps LLVM for quantum computing

Microsoft said that as quantum computing capabilities mature, most large-scale quantum applications will take advantage of both classical and quantum resources working together. Introduced September 23 and based on the LLVM intermediate language, QIR specifies rules to represent quantum constructs in LLVM. A common pattern…

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