A new quantum computing approach using exchange-type two-qubit gates constitutes a very promising avenue to calculate molecular properties.
Scientists at IBM Research-Zurich use gallium phosphide to create on-chip integrated devices using optomechanics for quantum transduction.
Quantum computers are extremely susceptible to “noise” from their environment – which leads to errors in the computation.
Magnetic materials could be at the forefront of an upcoming revolution in electronics.
There are high hopes that quantum computing’s tremendous processing power will someday unleash exponential advances in artificial intelligence.
Since launching its Quantum Network initiative in 2017, IBM Research has been working with Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, research labs and startups worldwide to advance quantum computing technology for commercial use.