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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...  
The promise of computers that exploit the strange behavior of subatomic particles has tempted scientists for decades. In time, quantum computers will likely tackle problems that are difficult or even impossible to solve on a traditional computer—from simulating the behavior of electrons and molecules to advancing artificial intelligence—but daunting challenges must be overcome first. Building on qubits The basic unit of computing on a quantum computer is known as a qubit (short for “quantum...  
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 Algorithms for Portfolio Optimization by Iordanis Kerenidis, Anupam Prakash, and Dániel Szilágyi   Date of publication: 22/08/2019 To cite this paper: arXiv:1908.08040...  
The Spanish bank publicly shared the results of two tests conducted with IBM tools, the Qiskit framework and IBM Q System One. The PoC includes the risk assessment of a mortgage portfolio and a treasury bond portfolio. Positive results obtained! Among European banks, CaixaBank is one of the most innovative, as acknowledged by the American magazine Global Finance in 2019. And to remain innovative in its relationship with the client, the bank must also innovate in the utility room, the "back...  
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: Complex Deep Learning with Quantum Optics by Antonio Manzalini   Date of publication: 30/07/2019   Links: Article in HTML: https://www.mdpi.com/2624-960X/1/1/11/htm Article in PDF:...  
In the coming months, we will see more and more quantum processors, or quantum computers... on television... Rightly or wrongly, as in Dan Brown's book Origin, quantum will be the hero of many fictions. Like the Russian series, "Better than us", shot in 2018 and currently available on Netflix. It is all about robots, humanoids, feminine, and their impact on the couple and society. The Cronos company sells incredibly humanlike "personal assistants", and it is discovered from the very first...  
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