Quantum computing articles
Researchers have created a new and potentially dangerous encryption-breaking quantum algorithm
Quantum entanglement will make quantum internet "unhackable" thanks to quantum steering
Forward-looking: Quantum entanglement would virtually eliminate all the security issues the modern internet is facing. That's the theory, at least. According to new research, there's a (theoretical) way to "steer" the entangled photons to avoid information loss.
IBM announces Osprey quantum processor with 433 qubits
Scientists challenge Google's quantum supremacy claims using 512 GPUs
Physicists created an odd phase of matter with two dimensions of time
Google's latest browser game lets you build and manage a quantum computer
US stops trading with eight Chinese quantum computing groups
IBM's new Eagle quantum processor is a 127-qubit chip unmatched by standard computers
The State of Quantum Computing Systems: Current Designs and Future Challenges
While the race to quantum supremacy is picking up pace, it's still very early stages to call it a "competition." And yet funding is being poured into this field to help push humanity to the next big era in computing.
Investors are dumping money into quantum computing firms in hopes of a big payday
China claims to have taken the lead in the quantum race with 66-qubits processor
What is Quantum Computing?
Quantum computers are beginning to emerge in many industry and research labs. But what are qubits? And are the challenges ahead to control the quantum properties of our universe and leverage that for computing?
Google is working to build a commercial, error-corrected quantum computer by 2029
White House announces $1 billion plan for advancing AI and quantum research
Scientists could use "quantum data" to accelerate some quantum computers
Honeywell lays claim to the fastest quantum computer in the world
D-Wave is offering free access to its quantum computers for Covid-19 researchers
Honeywell to launch the world's most powerful quantum computer by mid 2020
Los Alamos National Laboratory is buying a 5,000-qubit quantum computer from D-Wave
IBM is launching a 53-qubit quantum computer next month
How CPUs are Designed, Part 4: Where is Computer Architecture and Design Headed?
Despite continuous improvements, processors haven't had industry shifting advancements for a long time. Yes, transistors are smaller, chips have gotten faster, and performance has increased hundredfold, but we're starting to see diminishing returns... learn what 3D integration, FPGAs, and near memory computing are all about.