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Quantum Morning Coffee - 2019/05/16

Featuring J.P.Morgan, European Commission, MIT, University of New South Wales...

May 16th 2019 | 335 readers

Your press review from Quantaneo

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 Strategic Advisory Board for the Quantum Technology FET Flagship: academic experts from nine countries; as well as companies such as Airbus, Ericsson, KPN and Infineon. The mission of this group of experts is to advise the European Commission in its long-term decisions on quantum computing.
Could we simply use silicon to isolate qubits... it seems possible, as demonstrated by a study produced by an Australian team from the University of New South Wales, led by Professor Andrew Dzurak. The team would have been able to implement two qubits and achieve a 98% result fidelity rate.
MIT researchers reportedly succeeded in emitting a number of photons at room temperature. These photons can be tracked individually, and therefore serve as qubits as information carriers. The article, published in Physical Review Letters, explains how the researchers achieved this result.

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