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Quantum Computers May Have Achieved Supremacy in Energy Efficiency, Too

The dust has yet to settle on the debate over whether quantum supremacy was achieved over classical supercomputers when another research group is now...

Google’s John Martinis Says Personality, Research Styles Led to Resignation

While the resignation of University of California Santa Barbara physicist John Martinis from Google's quantum project was portrayed as bad blood between Martinis and...

Why Create a Quantum Computing Podcast?

Ah yes, the age-old question Well, when I say age-old I mean people have been asking me this for the past about 6 months now....

Google’s Head of Quantum Computing Hardware Leaves

John Martinis, a key figure on Google's Quantum Computing Programme has resigned from Google. We first were tipped off to this earlier this week,...

Kicking Off the Quantum Decade

Quantum computing has made great strides in recent years and is poised for a takeoff in the coming years. Look for tech developers, investors...

Rigetti Computing Wins $8.6 million DARPA Grant to Demonstrate Practical Quantum...

Rigetti Computing, a pioneer in hybrid quantum-classical computing systems, received up to $8.6 million from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to develop...

Scientists Set Benchmark for Quantum Supremacy in Chemistry

Using classical computers, computational scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) have set a mark that a quantum system would need to surpass to...

Is Quantum Supremacy Racist? A group of 13 academics think so.

A group of 13 academics are taking issue with the term, Quantum Supremacy. Because it's racist. In a letter to Nature, the scientists say that...

Eyes Wide Shut To The Inevitable

Battering Ram There’s no doubt of the disruptive capabilities of the blockchain. It’s changed our lives in more ways than one. With its advocates like...

Quantum Supremacy: Are we at the end of the beginning?

Last week, Google AI scientists said their quantum computer outperformed a classical computer. And it wasn’t just that the quantum computer -- called Sycamore...