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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 Computing Now Podcast Episode 9 – Interview with IBM Vice...

Quantum Computing Now Podcast Episode 9 - Interview with IBM Vice President Bob Sutor

IBM Invests in Cambridge Quantum Computing

Cambridge, England -- In a sign of the growing maturity and increasing confidence in the quantum computing industry, Cambridge Quantum Computing (“CQC”), a leading...

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 computers offer another look at classic physics concepts

“Think what we can do if we teach a quantum computer to do statistical mechanics,” posed Michael McGuigan, a computational scientist with the Computational...

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...

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...

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...

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

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...

TQD Exclusive: Interview with Chicago Quantum’s President & Founder Jeffrey Cohen

As quantum computing (QC) becomes more mainstream — or at least accepted by more people as a technological solution to today’s and tomorrow’s problems — there has been...