The Weekly Quantum Digest: Anyone Fancy A Slice of Quantum Pi?

What’s the connection between a quantum search algorithm and Pi? Find out in this edition of the Quantum Weekly Digest. Credit: Lucy Reading-Ikkanda/Quanta Magazine

A slice of quantum Pi, Simulating a 61-bit quantum computer, a Danish quantum startup… and more in this edition of the Quantum Weekly Digest.

Spotlight Story: 

“What do the digits of pi, colliding blocks and quantum search algorithms have in common? More than you might expect. Two playful papers, one from 2003 and one from last month, provide the links between them. Together, they connect the worlds of dynamics, geometry and quantum computation, highlighting how even the most abstract math puzzles can have surprising physical relevance..” — Quanta Magazine


Researchers Simulate 61-Bit Quantum Computer with Data Compression — HPC Wire

Conference in French: Quantum Mechanical Electrical Circuits — Cordis

What Is Quantum Supremacy?  — Medium — The Startup

Quantum Computing, Climate Change, and Interdependent AI: Academics and Execs Predict How Tech Will Revolutionize the Next Decade — Business Insider

IIT Madras Scientist to Improve Algorithms in Lattice Cryptography — Down to Earth

Trust but Verify: Why Variational Quantum Unsampling Matters — The Quantum Daily


How the Crypto World Is Preparing for Quantum Computing, Explained — Coin Telegraph

Quantum Computing, 5G and Blockchain: Technologies That Will Mark the Next Decade — BBVA

Delta Partners with IBM to Explore Quantum Computing — DBTA

Sparrow Quantum: The Danish QC Startup With Wings — The Quantum Daily

Who Holds the Maximum Quantum Computing Patents Applications? — Express Computer


Google Claims to Have Invented a Quantum Computer, but IBM Begs to Differ — The Conversation


Director of Quantum Engineering — Oxford Quantum Circuits

Embedded Software Engineer — Cambridge Quantum Computing

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Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne is a contributor at The Quantum Daily. He focuses on breaking news about quantum discoveries and quantum computing. Matt enjoys working on -- and with -- startups and is currently working on a media studies master's degree, specializing in science communication.

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