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And if Amazon had understood everything, by announcing yesterday its Braket service, which puts quantum computing within reach of the most advanced customers on the subject.... Quantum computing is in its infancy. It has been taking her head out of the research laboratories for the past two years, and IT professionals in companies do not understand anything about it. 70 years ago, this was called time-sharing computing. In 2019, Amazon invented time-sharing quantum computing. Jealous of their...  
While Google achieving quantum supremacy is undoubtedly an enormous milestone, the company still has a daunting task ahead. Making fast and powerful quantum computing available through the cloud can enable tasks to be processed millions of times faster, and could shape lives and businesses as we know it. For example, applications using quantum computing could reduce or prevent traffic congestion, cybercrimes, and cancer.  However, reaching the quantum supremacy landmark doesn’t mean that...  
As CEO of a fast-growing quantum software startup, I am often asked this question. Current quantum computers are far from where we need them to be for practical applications due to their high level of ‘noise’ (errors). If we cannot find a way to use these current and near-term quantum computers, we will need to wait for fully-error-corrected ‘universal’ machines to be developed to see real significant benefit (15-20 years by many estimates). This is where the software becomes much more than a...  
Microsoft is expanding its presence in North Carolina by hiring new engineers to expand its engineering and quantum computing activities. Software manufacturer and Governor Roy Cooper announced on Friday that Microsoft's $23 million investment in Charlotte is aimed at creating 430 new jobs by 2023. The Redmond, Washington, company could receive $8.5 million in state subsidies over time if it meets its job creation and investment objectives. A group of government experts awarded an incentives...  
Recent Findings Should be Celebrated, but Practical Realities are the Real Test. Quantum computing receives a lot of attention due to its potential to take on problems beyond the reach of today’s computers, such as new drug discovery, financial modeling and exploring how the universe works. Universities, governments and technology companies around the world are striving to achieve a commercially-viable quantum computing system. While the collective progress is real – and is getting noticed –...  
As you may have heard - yesterday we learned that Google is capable of building machines that are millions of times more superior to today’s classical computers for certain tasks. The story comes from publishing found on NASA's site which was then removed after a few hours. But why are global governments are pouring billions of dollars into quantum ?   What does this mean for us? For the common individual life will not change for many years to come. For banks, pharma, energy and IT...  
During a unique event, 3DR Holdings associated with QuTech, will highlight the state of the art of Quantum Computing, Quantum Communications, and Quantum Sensors. It will be in The Hague, Netherlands, on October 29 and 30. The conference offers over 30 expert speakers from commercial, end-user, start-up, governmental and academic organizations. Attendees will learn about the latest quantum technology opportunities in areas such as financial services, aerospace, pharma and specialty chemical,...  
Every week, Quantaneo selects from the scientific literature an academic article about quantum computing. We do not claim to judge the content of published articles. It is a purely subjective choice, of an article that interested the editorial team and that we would like to share with you. This week: Quantum Chemistry in the Age of Quantum Computing by Yudong Cao, Jonathan Romero, Jonathan P. Olson, Matthias Degroote, Peter D. Johnson, Mária Kieferová, Ian D. Kivlichan, Tim Menke, Borja...  
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