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Featuring Singapore, China, Venture Capital, D-Wave, Rigetti, Silicon Quantum Computing, Cambridge Quantum Computing... If you are visiting Singapore by the end of the year, it is time to spend a couple of hours at the exhibition "Quantum: the exhibition", which is on tour from August 20 to January 2, 2020. This exhibition, originally conceived in Canada, with the participation of the Institute for Quantum Computing, presents the major concepts of physics and quantum mechanics. It is accessible...  
Featuring Asia, APAC, iGNANT, UK... The future is in Asia! Not just in quantum computing, because the Asian continent is the world's largest in terms of GDP, with $32.78 billion. Universities of the APAC region and their graduates could be the big winners of this new global hub. They are increasingly ranked at the international level. In quantum computing, the work of several Australian universities is frequently cited. And China, although more discreet, is one of the pioneers in the field....  
Featuring The Pentagon, DARPA, China, USA, Russia, IBM Research, University of Oxford, UK... IBM Research works and invests heavily in quantum computing, but not only. Other avenues continue to be explored. High-performance computing is one of them, but also what are called neuromorphic chips. In collaboration with Oxford University, IBM Research has just published the results of an experiment that created cyclocarbon, a pure carbon ring, in which each of the 18 carbon atoms is linked to only...  
Featuring China, USA, US Air Force, the Navy, the Army... Alain Peyrefitte wrote it in 1973 in his book "Quand la Chine s'éveillera", and after having become the world's factory, China decided to play the card of emerging technologies including quantum computing. Classical computing was invented in the United States, and it is actually manufactured in China. Quantum computing may well be invented in China, particularly in the military and telecommunications fields, and this is of great concern...  
Featuring Canada, China, Australia, India, and IBM... For the military, the line between reality and science fiction is sometimes thin. Especially since science fiction becomes reality after a few years. As the latest update of the Abrams tank has just been delivered, military experts are imagining the future : "Technology enthusiasts, including many in the Army's new Futures Command, wax eloquently about the potential for hover tanks that shoot laser beams and are autonomously guided by...  
Featuring Microsoft, IBM, NIST, Ericsson... Traditional computing has developed around many programming languages (Cobol, Fortran, Pascal, Basic, Lisp, Ada...). This will also be the case for quantum computing. We already know the two languages supported by IBM and Microsoft, QISKit and Q#, but there are already many others: Quil, QCL, Q Language, QFC, QPL, QML... to which we must add the list of emulators and/or simulators, because for the moment no quantum computer is freely accessible for...  
Featuring IBM, Darpa, Gartner With 9088 patents filed in 2018 in the United States, IBM is once again leading the way in this field, up 1% compared to 2017. Among these patents, a number concern quantum computing and artificial intelligence. Alphabet, Google's parent company, is far behind, in sixth place, with 2597 patents.   DARPA, the American agency in charge of so-called "advanced" projects, which in the 1960s financed the creation of Arpanet, launched an incubator for quantum...  
Featuring University of South Wales, University of Waterloo, Imperial College, QuantIC, dstl, EPSRC, Innovate UK, M Squared A team led by Professor Michelle Simmons, has developed the fastest ever two-qubit gate between atoms suspended in silicon. The extremely small logic gate completed an operation in 0.8 nanoseconds – roughly 200 times faster than other spin-based two-qubit gates. Similar to how a classical computer works based on transistors in on/off states (bits), this quantum computer...  
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