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 Q 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.
I’m sitting in front of my microscope, trying to fight against the first onset of seasickness by gazing out to sea as the horizon goes up and down. Counting microplastic particles seemed easy on paper, but distinguishing fly wings from plastic films and fish eggs from plastic pellets are problems that are becoming ever too […]
Gaining a Quantum Advantage Scientists Sergey Bravyi of IBM Research, David Gosset of the University of Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing, and Robert König of the Institute for Advanced Study and Zentrum Mathematik, Technische Universität München, have published in Science as “Quantum advantage with shallow circuits.” Quantum computing is getting a significant amount of attention […]