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TQD Exclusive: Interview With University of Chile Physicist Luis Foa Torres

TQD: To kick things off, Luis, can you tell the TQD something about your educational background and achievements to date? Foa Torres: I’m a condensed...

Paraguay: Yerba Mate Quantum

Dictatorland South America, like other poor continents, faces many challenges. One of the greatest of these is the universal use and application of digital services...

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...

Researchers Develop Benchmark to Better Measure Quantum Performance

Moving quantum computation from the labs and into the real world will require more precise ways to measure performance. Researchers at the Department of...

‘Dancing with Qubits’ Serves as a Guide for the Quantum Curious and the Quantum Serious

Every adventure needs a guide. And quantum computing is a huuuuge adventure, so we need a precise, accessible guide that can cover a lot of material...

Researchers Master Chip-to-Chip Quantum Teleportation in a Silicon Chip

Quantum computers may hold the key to solving problems that are too complex for today’s most powerful supercomputers, and a quantum internet could ultimately...

New Method May Help Quantum Algorithms Take a Walk on the Random Side

Randomness governs many things, from the growth of cell colonies and the agglomeration of polymers to the shapes of tendrils that form when you...

Qubits Can Now Talk to Each Other With Long-Distance Silicon Service

Imagine a world where people could only talk to their next-door neighbor, and messages must be passed house to house to reach far destinations. Until...

Could Quantum Computing Help Reverse Climate Change?

The unique powers of quantum computation may give humanity an important weapon -- or several weapons -- against climate change, according to one quantum...

Quantum Godfathers #4: Yuri Manin, The Accidental Quantum Icon

1981 It would have been easy to do it, to be lazy, to pick the obvious choice out of the three available — Richard Feynman, that lovely...

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