Quantum’s advantage solves black box bit riddle


How IBM Q learns parity with noise Quantum theory met practice in the Nature Quantum Information paper, “Demonstration of quantum advantage in machine learning” when colleagues at IBM Research and...

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Quantum Computing

April 21, 2017

You asked scientist Jessie Rosenberg anything about silicon photonics


Here’s what she said about flying qubits, wafer-scale photonic test systems, and more Silicon photonics uses light, versus electricity, to send signals from a microchip. IBM engineers use these pulses...

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April 14, 2017

Quantum Transport Goes Ballistic


Published today in the peer-reviewed journal Nano Letters, IBM scientists have shot an electron through an III-V semiconductor nanowire integrated on silicon for the first time. This achievement will form...

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Nanotechnology

March 27, 2017

Quantum Algorithm Classifies 9,500 Handwritten Numbers


While still in their infancy, as quantum computers edge closer to surpassing classical computers, a new discipline is emerging called quantum machine learning. It's goal is to apply quantum information...

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Quantum Computing

March 13, 2017

First steps towards programming a quantum computer over the cloud


Since last year, scientists, students, and the quantum computing curious have been able to explore the world’s first and only cloud-enabled quantum computing platform, the IBM Quantum Experience. They’re running...

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Quantum Computing

March 6, 2017

Students Live the Quantum Experience at IBM’s Swiss Lab


On 21 November, 20 students from across Switzerland who are members of the European Physical Society, visited IBM Research - Zurich for an opportunity to experiment with qubits using the...

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December 14, 2016

Building IBM’s inventions


When most visitors tour IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, an hour north of New York City, they are often shown the wall of Fellows, a portrait...

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September 6, 2016

Quantum Experiences: Q&A with Caltech’s Christine Corbett Moran


Dr. Christine Corbett Moran travels the world in search of challenging problems to solve. The National Science Foundation’s Astronomy and Astrophysics Postdoctoral Fellow at the California Institute of Technology earned...

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July 26, 2016

Students try hand at cracking quantum code


This week I had the opportunity to return to the University of Waterloo, where I had been a visiting scholar while I was a PhD student at MIT...

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June 10, 2016

The IBM Quantum Experience gathers momentum


Less than a month ago we opened up our advanced quantum processor to the world at large, letting members of the scientific community and the general public register for access...

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May 24, 2016

Quantum computing: It’s time to build a quantum community


Computation, or information processing, has become ubiquitous in our society. Everywhere you look it has an impact on our lives, from making everyday tasks such as communicating easier, to opening...

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May 3, 2016