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Featuring France, Spain, Bpifrance, Paula Forteza Spanish scientists are worried... Eight months after the Socialist Party presented an emergency action plan to remedy a crisis situation in the scientific sector, several scientists believe that nothing has changed. In addition, the bureaucracy of the Spanish administration risks depriving research centres of funding for several months, sometimes until November 2020. Among the sectors affected are quantum computing research, which could be...  
Featuring Nu Quantum, D:Wave, Japan... Do you know "Transcendence"? A 2014 movie, where Johnny Depp sees the content of his brain uploaded into a quantum computer. This is just one example, but Hollywood could help us understand what quantum computing will change in the world, the day after tomorrow. The imagination and creativity of filmmakers have always been ahead of the times. Of course, they can imagine almost anything; even if science has not yet demonstrated the feasibility of their...  
Featuring IBM, Qutrits, North Korea, History of Quantum Computing... IBM recently announced version 0.12 of its Qiskit framework, which allows the development of quantum algorithms. It is available in open source. Full notes on the new features of each version are available online.   Do you like qubits? You'll love the qutrits! They can retain three dimensions at a time, and can be teleported. In any case, scientists think so. But there are still many steps to be taken before these...  
Featuring Goldman Sachs, USA, SAP... It's a bit of a dream job, but it's clearly not for everyone. And in the absence of sunny beaches, it is the Manhattan skyline that will be your daily life. Anyway, algorithms and qubits will keep you too busy to think about tanning. And it is Goldman Sachs that is looking for its research manager dedicated to quantum computing. You will be in charge of developing quantum computing applications within the bank, as well as evangelizing customers on these...  
Featuring Switzerland, Swiss Quantum Hub, Japan, Australia, Archer Exploration Limited... Switzerland is also investing in quantum computing, through an original approach, the Swiss Quantum Hub, which combines a Think Tank, an incubator for start-ups, as well as business services. Based in Geneva, the organization's website is already very complete, but we would have liked to know more about the team and the founders of the Swiss Quantum Hub. In particular, whether they are linked to a...  
Featuring India, DigitalEurope, Chemical Review, US Air Force... Quantum computing will experience its transition to adolescence in the coming years. A difficult time just like in real life. Today, at the heart of research laboratories, we are talking about hard science, very technical subjects that delight PhDs. But tomorrow, it will be about business, about "selling"! What a horrible word! But it is through the sale of solutions that quantum computing will become adult. And to facilitate this...  
Featuring Africa, NATO, IBM, China, BAQIS... Beijing Academy of Quantum Science (BAQIS) opens its doors and seeks to attract students and researchers. This is the opportunity to discover a video, in English, shot to promote this institution that is seeking to recruit 1200 researchers specialized in quantum physics.   For its part, Africa would like to take advantage of this next generation of technology, and no longer depend on Asia and North America as is currently the case. In South...  
Featuring Russia, Rosatom, Rostec, Rostelecom, TechCrunch, CNRS, Paris Diderot... Quantum technologies are of great interest to Russia. The Russian government has decided to invest, as have the United States and China. But the amounts involved are not known, the partners are close to the army, and the secret is total on the real progress. A set of agreements has been signed in recent months between the government and several related entities. Rosatom, the government agency in charge of atomic...  
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