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The Quantum Morning Coffee

Featuring IBM, AT&T, Infosecurity Europe and US AirForce... AT&T is interested in quantum computing and intends to influence politicians if necessary, so that they invest in the direction that interests the company... This is called lobbying. And AT&T has just hired a lobbyist, Adam Ingols from Owen Evans Ingols, to work on quantum computing, and the crossing of electricity and communication networks.   The US Air Force Research Laboratory, based in Rome, New York, will work with...  
Featuring IBM, Deloitte Canada, Strangeworks... Through an article by Duncan Stewart, Duncan Stewart, director of Technology, Media, and Telecommunications research, Deloitte Canada, the Wall Street Journal examines quantum computing and its challenges. Two interesting predictions: first of all, you will have to be patient, very patient... the first major commercial developments should appear in 2030, not before! On the other hand, for those who will be motivated enough to invest in advance,...  
Featuring Airbus, Singapore... An interesting behind-the-scenes look at the Airbus competition on quantum computing, with an interview with Thierry Botter, who heads the Airbus Blue Sky Research Lab. Interview published by ComputerWorld UK.   Is there only one version of reality? Or are we living in a world parallel to others? The principle of superposition of quantum physics leads to this type of question. Mile Gu, a researcher from Singapore, has developed a quantum simulator, which...  
Featuring NXM Labs, IonQ and Quube This is obvious, but it is worth recalling it: the race to quantum computing is a marathon, not a sprint. There is a lot of noise about it in the media right now, and some people suggest that quantum computing would be in vogue, just like blockchain, big data or virtual reality... But we are still a long way off! In a tribune, Christopher Monroe, CEO of IonQ, points out how quantum computing is a marathon. It took decades to move from theory to first...  
Featuring Atos, BMW, Volkswagen and Zapata Atos, which works on quantum simulation, takes stock of some possible use cases in finance : payment networks, cryptocurrencies, and financial analysis among others.   Zapata is one of the few companies to position itself, far ahead of business demand, on application software using quantum computing. Pharmaceuticals and chemicals, logistics, finance, are its main markets. And the software they develop should be compatible with the main hardware...  
Featuring photons, CNRS, and Shoshini Ghose Must read! An article in French by Julien Bourdet in the CNRS magazine: "Ordinateur : les promesses de l'aube quantique". An excellent article both accurate and popular on the issues involved in quantum computing, and the challenges that remain to be addressed. Also, worth listening to is a TedTalk by Shohini Ghose, which explains in ten minutes, the potential of quantum computing, through the usual examples. The video dates from 2018 but is well...  
Featuring SAP, pharma, and China SAP, the world leader in enterprise software publishing, could not ignore developments in quantum computing. Laure Le Bars, is in charge, in Paris, of coordinating some of this work. In a recent blog post, Stephane Neufcourt presents some thoughts on SAP's research areas in the field. Without dismissing the idea of researching on the hardware part, SAP will of course focus its efforts on the development of new algorithms, which will increase the computing power...  
With inside: Studies, Photons and MontrĂ©al Are you in Montreal on April 30th? Don't miss the first conference in Canada by Philippe Nieuwbourg, founder of Quantaneo. It will present the main opportunities in quantum computing applications, in the fields of transportation, finance and healthcare. A conference-debate that will also be an opportunity for Quebec's early adopters to network.   Prospective market studies on quantum computing follow one another. While they necessarily give a...  
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