The race to cash in is draining universities of talent, fracturing the field and closing off avenues of enquiry, warn Jacob D. Biamonte, Pavel Dorozhkin and Igor Zacharov. This article was originally published in Nature,
Researchers at QuTech have made an important advance towards functional quantum computers. They have demonstrated a fully controllable chip with ten qubits that can store quantum information for up to one minute. Controlling such a
Researchers at JILA, a joint research institute operated by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and the University of Colorado Boulder, have demonstrated a novel atomic clock design that combines near-continuous operation with
Researchers at the University of Toulon in France found evidence that quantum Grover searches might be an ordinary feature of electron behavior may explain the genetic code, one of the greatest puzzles in biology. The
ABN AMRO and Dutch research consortium QuSoft are joining forces to explore the opportunities offered by Quantum. Under the two-year project name DisQover, both organizations will explore problems in the financial sector which could be
Machine learning algorithms perform well on identifying patterns in many datasets due to their versatility. However, as one increases the size of the data, the time for training and using these statistical models grows quickly.
IBM and Japan company GRID have built a partnership: GRID will join the IBM Q Network and receive access to IBM Q quantum computing systems. GRID is specialized in developing solutions in deep learning and
dacoso, a German IT service provider for data security, is cooperating with ID Quantique (IDQ), the Swiss leading global provider of quantum solutions. dacoso integrates the Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) solution of ID Quantique. (Dacoso)