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The Weekly Quantum Digest: Making It Big In Quantum Computing

How to make quantum computers bigger, how to program an IBM quantum computer, and how to make a career in quantum computing… and more...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: Spooky Action Hits Record Levels on Weird-o-Meter

How spooky is quantum physics? Pretty freaking unknowably spooky, according to researchers and more stories from the quantum realm.  Spotlight Story:  “Albert Einstein famously said that...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: Tuning the Quantum-Classical Orchestra

Quantum Machines orchestrates the quantum revolution, building an off-the-shelf quantum computer and much more in this week’s digest of quantum news. Spotlight Story: “The classical layers...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: It’s the Dawning of the Quantum Decade

So long Pepsi Generation, the Age of Aquarius, etc. etc. It’s the quantum decade that is upon us, according to some experts. Quantum supremacy,...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: Quantum Computing’s Breakthrough Year

2019 -- quantum computing’s breakthrough year? Plus, materials under pressure, a quantum approach to pharmaceuticals and more in this issue feature links from around...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: Are Quantum Computers Facing A Hardware Doomsday?

Quantum computers are doomed, predicts one physicist. Along with other (more positive) news about quantum computing in this week’s issue. Spotlight Story:  “As someone who has...

The Weekly Quantum Digest: A Universal (Sized) Quantum Computer

Living in a giant quantum computer, using quantum computers to study wormholes and time crystals come back from the past and future. Not science...