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New Theory Hints at More Efficient Way to Develop Quantum Algorithms

In 2019, Google claimed it was the first to demonstrate a quantum computer performing a calculation beyond the abilities of today's most powerful supercomputers. But...

Riverlane’s New Operating System May Mark a ‘Key Stage in Commercial Development of Quantum Computers’

Riverlane has reached a key stage in the commercial development of quantum computers with the successful trial of Deltaflow.OS, our high-performance, universal operating system. In...

Scientists Develop First Quantum Algorithm to Characterize Noise Across Large Systems

Noise is the main obstacle to building large-scale quantum computers. To tame the noise (interference or instability), scientists need to understand how it affects an...

Silq – A New High Level Programming Language for Quantum Computing

When it comes to programming languages, the first name that comes to mind typically is C. Dating back to the ‘70s when it was...

Quantum Error Mitigation Boosts Accuracy, Saves on Qubits Compared to Typical Error Correction Methods

An approach to quantum error mitigation may save precious qubits and gates, according to a team of researchers at Quantum Computing UK. Because quantum computers...

Cambridge Quantum Computing Partners With IBM to Expand Industry Engagement in Quantum

Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) has announced in a news release that it has become the first startup-based hub in the IBM Q Network. As a...

Silq and the Quest for a Real Quantum Programming Language

Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash What is Silq Silq claims to be a new high-level programming language for quantum computing. In comparison to existing ways...

Falling in Love with Quantum Variational Algorithms

Photo by Macau Photo Agency on Unsplash What are Quantum Variational Algorithms? Quantum Variational Algorithms are algorithms inspired by the Variational Principle in Quantum Mechanics. They are algorithms with...

Quantum Programming 101: Z Gate with code

Introduction Unlike the gates such as the Pauli X or CNOT gate it can be difficult for beginners to understand what the Z-gate actually does...

Quantum Programming: JavaScript (Q.js) – a drag and drop circuit editor

The following article was originally published by Stewart Smith on the occasion of Q’s first birthday—30 April 2020. Q is a quantum circuit simulator, drag-and-drop...

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