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Quantum computing startup D-Wave says that it’s proved the power of quantum computing on a practical problem for the first time

Quantum computing startup D-Wave says that it’s proved the power of quantum computing on a practical problem for the first time

Several companies have invested significantly in quantum computing research and development, including IBM, Microsoft, Google, Intel, and startups like D-Wave, which has raised $216.2 million according to Crunchbase. Volkswagen, for…

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Why investors love quantum-as-a-service

Why investors love quantum-as-a-service

Last year, Cambridge Quantum Computing, which works closely with IBM, launched a series of quantum software services, such as random number generation and quantum-proof cryptography keys. The money pours in Since 2012, more than $1.9bn has been invested in quantum tech startups, according to Le Lab Quantique,…

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Cambridge Quantum Computing publishes paper on largest Natural Language Processing implementation on a Quantum Computer

Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) recently announced a new paper on March 2, 2021, titled ‘QNLP in Practice: Running Compositional Models of Meaning on a Quantum Computer’. Its subject is the largest implementation of Natural Language Processing (NLP) tasks on a quantum computer to date. The paper is currently available on a repository in pre-print form.

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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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The Growing Need Of Ethical Guidelines For Quantum Computing

The Growing Need Of Ethical Guidelines For Quantum Computing

Study the native risks, important ethical questions, societal implications, and other unknown impacts of quantum computing. Developing effective guidelines of quantum computing for public and private sectors, education institutes, and other stakeholders is imperative to promote responsible quantum computing. Quantum computing can…

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