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With inside: Rwanda, Department of Energy, Quantum Computing Architecture...


April 3rd 2019 | 13 readers

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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 more like a showcase for government glory than a real breeding ground for talent", as explained in an article by Jeune Afrique in July 2017.
 
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced a plan to provide $40 million for research aimed at developing new algorithms and software for quantum computers. The effort seeks to move beyond the current relatively limited applications available on quantum computers toward more robust algorithms and application software that can be used on a practical level to tackle a range of scientific problems.
 
Read about Medium, a beautiful article by A.S. Deller, on quantum computing and its possibilities. And a scientific article, published by three Russians, Marat Ismagilov, Rustam Sayfutdinov, and Alexander Vasiliev, on the architecture of a quantum cloud computing platform : « We present an architecture of a cloud-based quantum computing platform. It is based on the original model of a nanophotonic quantum processor with integrated quantum memory and a quantum transistor. At the moment the platform works with an integrated quantum simulator that implements the behavior of the underlying model ».
 

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