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As quantum computing moves out of the research labs. Companies are starting to invest in it. But France publishes a report and sets up a working group. No concrete action is announced for the moment. Florence Parly, Minister of the Armed Forces, Bruno Le Maire, Minister of the Economy and Finance, Frédérique Vidal, Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, and Cédric O, Secretary of State for Digital Affairs, were today presented with the conclusions of the Quantum Report: the...  
Curious to see what's behind the scenes? Or at least part of it... IBM has just published a very short video, in which it offers you a tour of its quantum computer, IBM Q System. It is the replica of the IBM Q, installed in the aisles of the CES in Las Vegas, which is presented to you.  
What answers will we expect on January 9th, when MP Paula Forteza's report on quantum computing in France will be officially presented? The title of the report underlines its ambition: "Quantum: the technological shift that France will not miss". Does this title also underline the fact that France has missed out on other technological shifts? It is eagerly awaited! The "Forteza" report, named after its rapporteur, Paula Forteza, Member of Parliament for La République en Marche (political party...  
"Computers will advance far quicker than predicted, leaving enterprises scrambling to become quantum safe. The first true use of quantum computing will be in nation-state cyberwar activity and not a commercial application. By the end of 2020 it will be evident that RSA 2048 will be doomed in under 5 years, when a nation state like China or the U.S. will have a quantum computer capable of decrypting current encryption paradigms. Quantum computing will be just the latest of many technologies,...  
According to Deltec Bank, the Bahamas “Banks are successfully trialing quantum computers to solve problems that were previously very resource-intensive or impossible to complete.” There has been a lot of hype around quantum computing over the last few years whereby it is poised to disrupt entire industries from telecommunications to security, manufacturing, and finance. The modern-day smartphone has the same amount of power as a military computer that filled an entire room just 50 years ago....  
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...  
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