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Featuring Atos, Interpol, Accenture and Google... In an article published in French on LinkedIn, Thierry Breton, CEO of Atos, explains that universal quantum computing is not for now. But that on the other hand, hybrid computing, which will combine quantum and traditional computing, could happen sooner than expected: "the era of hybrid quantum computers, which combine quantum accelerators and traditional supercomputers, is very close: they could be available in less than 5 years! ».   A...  
Featuring Poland, US Army and IBM... In Poland too, there is an interest in quantum computing. As part of the TEM-NET project, researchers received a grant of about USD 4.5 million. The project is coordinated by the Center for Theoretical Physics PAS in Warsaw but involves several universities and research centers. They should focus their efforts on optimizing and reducing the error rate in quantum calculations.   Batteries that would last 1000 times longer, thanks to the low power...  
Featuring China, IBM, and University of Queensland... When GQ magazine is interested in quantum computing and publishes a full article on the subject... it's clear that we've come out of the universities’ research laboratories. While some countries such as France are still considering the possibility of playing a major role in the development of these technologies… GQ seems to be saying that the cards have already been dealt, and that there is a winner, China. One angle among others: the number...  
Featuring CIAT, European administration, university of tokyo... Could tax administrations benefit from quantum computing, and how? This is the question Antonio Seco is answering on behalf of CIAT (Inter-American Center of Tax Administration). Few specific applications are envisaged. But traditionally, however, the search for behaviors in large volumes of data, machine learning and cryptography could be of interest to tax administrations.   What are the trends in quantum computing...  
Featuring J.P.Morgan, European Commission, MIT, University of New South Wales... By 2023, according to Gartner, 20% of companies may have budgeted prospective investments in quantum computing. They are only 1% today. If companies want to study the subject in the next three years, they must first be trained and informed. This is what J. P. Morgan, one of the companies to have invested in the field, reminds us.   The European Commission has published the list of experts selected for its...  
Featuring Airbus, HKUST, SCNU, Quantum.Tech... Airbus has published a detailed description of the problems it wishes to submit to the wisdom of the quantum developers who are participating in its challenge. On the agenda: aircraft climb optimization, aircraft loading optimization, wingbox design optimization - part of the fuselage to which the wings are attached, etc. There is something for everyone!   Research on quantum data storage is progressing, although the subject remains a huge...  
Featuring MIT Technology Review, NASA, University of Edinburgh, Market And Research, VW... When will the first quantum computers reach the famous quantum supremacy? And how can it be unequivocally demonstrated? MIT Technology Review has examined the subject and publishes a summary of the work of Benjamin Villalonga of the Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab (NASA Ames Research Center) located in Mountain View, California. Let us not forget, indeed, that quantum computers are emerging, but that...  
Featuring Deloitte, PNNL, and Barclaycard According to a study by Barclaycard, Barclays' credit card subsidiary, 20% of English CIOs would be willing to test or use quantum computing ! A percentage that seems quite high; just like the other data in the study... For example, the 35% of English CIOs who are already managing blockchain projects... It is up to each of you to make up your own minds. This study is coordinated by Keith Little, Chief Information Officer at Barclaycard.  ...  
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