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DARPA Rolls Out Quantum Research Benchmarking Program; Joe Altepeter Quoted

DARPA Rolls Out Quantum Research Benchmarking Program; Joe Altepeter Quoted

Joe Altepeter, a program manager at the Defense Sciences Office at DARPA, noted that the agency’s focus is geared toward developing “large, fault-tolerant quantum computers”. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has launched a program that focuses on establishing testable…

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TensorFlow Quantum 0.5.0: Expected Features & Updates

TensorFlow Quantum 0.5.0: Expected Features & Updates

Execute quantum circuits on actual quantum processors: Today, TensorFlow Quantum is primarily geared towards executing quantum circuits on classical-quantum circuit simulators. With the future versions, TFQ might run quantum circuits on actual quantum processors supported by Cirq, including Google’s processor, Sycamore. TFQ provides researchers…

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Quantum leap in technology for physics students at ANU

Quantum leap in technology for physics students at ANU

Using synthetic diamonds to build quantum accelerators, the technology will develop cutting-edge quantum applications in machine learning, logistics, defence, aerospace, quantum finance and quantum research. Quantum Brilliance, a venture-backed Australian quantum computing start-up from ANU, will install the world’s first diamond quantum…

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IBM partners with Cleveland Clinic to build on-site quantum computer

IBM partners with Cleveland Clinic to build on-site quantum computer

IBM director of research Dario Gil says, “Instead of conducting physical experiments, you’re conducting them virtually, and because you’re doing them virtually through computers, it’s much faster.” Dr. Lara Jehi, Cleveland Clinic’s chief research information officer, points to COVID-19 as an…

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Israel, Switzerland and UK face exclusion from major EU quantum and space research projects

Israel, Switzerland and UK face exclusion from major EU quantum and space research projects

The three directly affected countries, Israel, Switzerland and the UK, carry considerable scientific heft, as demonstrated by how their researchers excel in highly competitive EU programmes, Calarco noted. “We’re closer to basic science than field-ready projects, so…

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Spending on Quantum Tech on the Upswing

Spending on Quantum Tech on the Upswing

“The United States is a global leader in research of quantum computers, but it risks losing its edge in real-world applications,” the report said. Other countries accelerating their investments include Germany, the Netherlands, Canada, and several Asia-Pacific nations including Japan. Quantum technology could also…

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