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For Richard Murray, CEO of ORCA Computing - the only UK-based quantum computer company using photonic technology similar to China, "This is a significant benchmark in the rising maturity and power of quantum computers. The announcement also shows that photonics is now a leading contender in the geo-political race to get to a useful quantum computer.  We are currently investigating the claims made, but if they turn out to be true, this results will surpass the ‘ supremacy' claim by...  
Atos introduces “Q-score”, the first universal quantum metrics, applicable to all programmable quantum processors. Atos’ Q-score measures a quantum system’s effectiveness at handling real-life problems, those which cannot be solved by traditional computers, rather than simply measuring its theoretical performance. Q-score reaffirms Atos’ commitment to deliver early and concrete benefits of quantum computing. Over the past five years, Atos has become a pioneer in quantum applications through its...  
Archer recently attended The Quantum Computing Summit as part of London Tech Week. Representatives from the UK Government, the deep-tech industry, and academia provided insights to strategies being employed to capture the early-stage commercial potential of quantum computing – the scale of which is rapidly becoming difficult to contain. The quantum computing economy is real and growing   IBM (NYSE: IBM) is a headline sponsor of London Tech Week, with Bob Sutor, VP IBM Quantum Ecosystem...  
Alongside their promise, quantum computers could threaten the security on which our digital ecosystem is built. To counter this threat, we need to create a global community of stakeholders committed to promoting safe and secure quantum applications. The foundations of this new security paradigm are already in place - but there are barriers to clear first. The power of quantum computers creates an unprecedented threat to the security of our data through its potential to break the cryptography...  
It now seems kind of quaint that cybercriminals go after computers. The kind of threats we now expect to have, have a much larger appetite. A recent Freedom of Information request has revealed that London's world-famous tourist attractions, such as the National History Museum, Kew Gardens and the Tate art galleries have been attacked over 109 million times in the last few years.  In America, ransomware gangs seem no longer satisfied with office networks and home computers. In fact, the...  
Security professionals, academics and researchers are all rising to meet quantum threats with great enthusiasm. Researchers at the MIT have just developed a cryptography circuit which can protect low-power IoT devices from quantum threats. Developments like this are encouraging, even if they might seem premature. Quantum computing won’t be available for another 10 to 15 years to all but the most powerful, well resourced actor. The industry is quite right to get ahead of these threats because a...  
In 2002, the general public was discovering what would later be called predictive analysis. Through the film Minority Report, science fiction crossed paths with an emerging technology. Today, it is quantum computing that makes filmmakers dream. At the beginning of March, subscribers to the Hulu service will be able to discover a mini-series, Devs. Quantum computing is at the heart of the plot. The pitch is simple: « Devs is centered around Lily Chan, a computer engineer investigating a quantum...  
Research from Juniper Research has suggested that cybercriminals will have stolen 12 billion records by the time we reach the end of 2019 and estimate that could be as much as 33 billion in 2023. With the growth in digital and connected technologies, cyber attacks are becoming a larger problem by the day. As you might expect, with the likely promise of financial gain, banks are prime targets for any form of cybercrime. To combat the threat, it is important that banks update and review their...  
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