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EE Times

EE Times
Thu, 14 May 2015 18:15:21 -0700

PORTLAND, Ore.—Recently I had to explain to a reader why critics say that D-Wave's so-called quantum computer was not a "real" quantum computer, the answer for which he accepted on my authority. However, the question kept nagging me in the back on ...

Singularity Hub

Singularity Hub
Fri, 08 May 2015 10:29:26 -0700

But it wouldn't be much of a quantum computer if it stopped there. To achieve what's known as superposition, when a qubit is both '0' and '1' simultaneously, the D-Wave chip must be cooled to temperatures approaching absolute zero (-273.15 C)—among ...

International Business Times UK

International Business Times UK
Tue, 05 May 2015 01:52:25 -0700

The first operating system for a quantum computer has been developed by researchers in Cambridge, signalling a significant step towards creating a practical version of the ultra powerful machines. The t|ket> operating system was developed by Cambridge ...

Scientific American

Scientific American
Wed, 06 May 2015 07:38:04 -0700

For more than 20 years, Ivan Deutsch has struggled to design the guts of a working quantum computer. He has not been alone. The quest to harness the computational might of quantum weirdness continues to occupy thousands of researchers around the ...

insideHPC

insideHPC
Tue, 19 May 2015 08:00:00 -0700

The team of researchers from IBM demonstrated that they could detect and measure the two types of quantum errors (bit-flip and phase-flip) that will occur in any real quantum computer. Until now, it was only possible to address one type of quantum ...

Singularity Hub

Singularity Hub
Mon, 11 May 2015 10:00:44 -0700

One Canadian start-up says that it has already developed a first version of a quantum computer. A physicist at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, Ronald Hanson, told Scientific American that he will be able to make the building blocks ...

Fast Company

Fast Company
Wed, 13 May 2015 11:49:39 -0700

First, what that would mean: A quantum computer harnesses the science of the very small—the strange behavior of subatomic particles—to solve problems that are computationally infeasible for a classical computer or simply take too long. How molecules ...

BBC News

BBC News
Fri, 01 May 2015 01:01:10 -0700

The IBM team was able to detect and measure two key types of quantum error (called bit-flip and phase-flip) that will occur in any real quantum computer. "Up until now, researchers have been able to detect bit-flip or phase-flip quantum errors, but ...
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