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Four Ways Quantum Computing Will Change Artificial Intelligence Forever

If science were a dating app, quantum physics and machine learning probably wouldn't be a match. They're from completely different fields and often require...

Daimler AG Plugs Into IBM’s Quantum Computer to Boost Electric Vehicles

IBM’s quantum computer is helping Daimler AG, maker of Mercedes-Benz, produce better electric vehicles. According to a research blog post from IBM, the main problem...

Controlling Qubits With Microwave Pulses Reduces Quantum Computer Error Rates, Increases Efficiency

  A new way to use microwave pulses in the design of quantum computers could lead to devices that have error rates 100 times less...

IBM Doubles the Power of its Quantum Computer

New Year, new quantum computing advances. IBM said it now has a 28-qubit system, or about double the quantum volume of the company's previous quantum...

Scotland’s Quantum Computing Startup, M Squared, is Taking Lightsabers to a Whole New Level

It’s in The Whiskey, Laddy Innovation and entrepreneurship is an inherent Scottish trait. Some of the greatest engineers and scientists the world has ever seen have...

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...

TQD Exclusive: Presenting The 12 Quantum Gifts of Christmas

Whether you’re a quantum skeptic, or a quantum believer, you have to admit 2019 has been a breathless 365-day stretch for quantum technologies. And...

Volkswagen Traffic Jam Eradication Project Hits The Road

Falling Down It’s hot and you’re sweating. You’ve been in a traffic jam for hours. Guesses are you’ve moved over sixty thousand inches, at most...

Silex Systems teams up with UNSW on Silicon Enrichment Project for Quantum Computing

Silex Systems Limited (Silex) announced the launch of an R&D project to develop a process for the commercial production of high-purity ‘Zero-Spin Silicon’ using...

Intel’s New Chip May Make Quantum Computers Commercially Viable

Intel Labs today unveiled what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind cryogenic control chip — code-named “Horse Ridge” — that will speed up development...

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