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The Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology Launches Quantum Initiative

Hot on The Heels TQD recently published a post on entitled Is Russia’s Absence from the Quantum Computing Tech Space About to End? In the article,...

Japanese Startup QunaSys: Maximizing The Potential of Quantum Computers

Photo by Jezael Melgoza on Unsplash Millions of Satisfied Customers You need reliability in just about anything, who can you go to? Don’t know? How about the Germans and...

Quantum Sensor Could Detect Signals Across the Entire Radio Spectrum

A quantum sensor could give soldiers a way to detect communication signals over the entire radio frequency spectrum, from 0 to 100 GHz, said...

Medical Datasets: The Future For One QC Startup

If we can collect enough data on the population, illnesses could be curbed. Presently, though powerful, supercomputers are not up to the job that...

Engineers Crack Quantum Puzzle, Could Lead to a ‘Treasure Trove’ of Applications

A happy accident in the laboratory has led to a breakthrough discovery that not only solved a problem that stood for more than half...

Honeywell turns up the volume with announcement of new Quantum Computer

With the flurry of news around Honeywell building a more powerful quantum computer, and announcing investments in CQC and Zapata, we thought it would...

Quantum Computing + Machine Learning = New Business Solutions?

Technology is advancing at a far greater pace than we have ever seen in history. Current analysis has identified over a dozen technologies that...

Quantum Lab Startup With Thoughts of Driverless Cars On Its Mind

Photo by Angello Lopez on Unsplash Breaking Glass Notwithstanding Elon Musk’s embarrassing moment a few months ago when Tesla’s Cybertruck window cracked during a demonstration of its...

Quantum Computing Concerns Cryptocurrencies

Quantum computing has started to cause some concern. The world of cryptocurrencies has been a buzz and for good reason! Recent breakthroughs in quantum...

Scientists Fire Up a Commercially Available Desktop Quantum Computer

Scientists suggest a desktop quantum computer based on nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) could soon be on its way to a classroom near you. Although...

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