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Quantum Programming 101: Shor’s Algorithm

Introduction In this tutorial we will go through Shor’s Algorithm and see how to run it on IBM’s quantum computers with Python and Qiskit. What is...

Quantum Programming 101: Getting real time information on IBM Quantum devices

Introduction IBMs quantum devices all vary whether its in terms of the number of qubits, pending jobs to those devices or whether they are operational...

Webinar Offers Lessons in Quantum Computer Programming

QuantGates, a UK-based quantum computer company, will offer introductory courses in quantum computing to help participants gain a stronger understanding of the major QC...

Quantum Programming 101: How to perform addition on quantum computers

Introduction In this tutorial you will see how to implement the quantum equivalent of a Full Adder on IBMs quantum computers using quantum logic gates. What...

Quantum Programming 101: D-Wave’s Systems Programming Tutorial

Introduction D-Wave can be thought of as a pioneer in commercial Quantum Computing and is touted as one of the worlds first companies to sell...

Quantum Programming 101: Grover’s Algorithm

This tutorial will show you how to implement Grover’s Algorithm on IBMs Quantum Computers in Python with Qiskit. What is Grover’s Algorithm? Grover’s Algorithm is a...

Quantum Programming 101: 16 Qubit Random Number Generator Tutorial

This tutorial will show you how to create a Random Number Generator in qiskit for IBMs quantum computers using 16 qubits. Requirements Python 3.x or...

Quantum Programming 101: Superdense Coding Tutorial

What is Superdense coding ? Superdense coding is a quantum communications protocol that allows a user to send 2 classical bits by sending only 1...

What is Quantum Supremacy? And has Google Achieved it?

Quantum supremacy is the point at which a quantum computer can do calculations a conventional (classical) computer realistically cannot. Straight away you will notice...

Quantum Computers Are Not Faster Than Conventional Computers

Well, kind of. This is a short article for those unfamiliar with quantum computing to help illustrate the motivation for building quantum computers, with...

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