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With inside: Nokia, Alain Aspect, courses, Europe and France Meeting on the occasion of the inauguration of IBM's new premises in Saclay, the French government's personalities in charge of digital technology, research and higher education announced that France would unveil its investment plan in the field of quantum computing during this year 2019.   One billion euros over ten years, more than five thousand researchers, these are the objectives of the ambitious project The Quantum...  
With inside: India, China, Quantum Internet, Microsoft, and American chips industry For the American microprocessor industry, the next few years will be pivotal. China intends to become the leader in the next generation of microchips, with an investment plan of $150 billion over ten years. An investment that worries American leaders including Intel, Nvidia, Texas Instruments. They are asking the American government to plan a $52.5 billion investment plan over the next five years in research and...  
With inside: car manufacturers, Fujitsu Digital Annealer, and predictions of Greg Satell Car manufacturers would be interested in quantum computing and would be willing to invest in it, to solve problems such as traffic optimization, the design of new batteries, and of course autonomous vehicles.   The energy revolution, the development of synthetic biology, the end of Moore's Law and the explosion in the development of artificial intelligence (through quantum computing and neuromorphic...  
With inside: Rwanda, Department of Energy, Quantum Computing Architecture... Twenty-five years after the genocide that struck the country, Rwanda dreams of quantum computing! With a growth rate of 7.5%, the President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, dreams of building a Silicon Valley. This "Innovation City" project is expected to receive $2 billion in funding, and to host the first research center in quantum computing on the African continent. Even if "many observers believe that the place now looks...  
With inside: French Parliament, QC Ware, Herriot Watt University and TrackM8 The French Parliamentary Office for the Assessment of Scientific and Technological Choices has published a "scientific note" on quantum technologies. Seven pages signed by Cédric Villani, MP, who is the vice-president of the Office.   Matt Johnson, CEO of QC Ware, a company that develops algorithms for quantum computers, is interviewed by Martin Wasserman in the Future Talk show, available on YouTube....  
With inside: IBM, Dubai, China and Quantum Computing Applications TechRepublic explains how IBM manages to reduce noise, by amplifying it at calculated intervals, and then extrapolating the difference to calculate an equivalent measure, without noise: IBM reduces noise in quantum computing, increasing accuracy of calculations When we talk about quantum computing, China, the United States and Canada come to mind. But the Middle East is also interested in it and some states, such as Dubai, see...  
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