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Sep 7, 2016

Scientists need your help to build a quantum computer

Posted by in categories: computing, entertainment, quantum physics

If anyone is interested in being part of computing history; do we have a program for you. Called the “The Alice Experiment”; this experiment will soon be open to the public, where you can take part in the quantum physics experiment simply by playing an online video game.

If you have always dreamed of helping out with a quantum physics experiment, now is you chance. And all you need to do is play a video game.

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Sep 7, 2016

Quantum Computing: Artificial Intelligence Is Here

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics, robotics/AI

Geordie’s perspective of AI on QC…

By Piper McGowin

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Sep 7, 2016

Quantum computing threatens the most sophisticated cybersecurity, says report

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, finance, government, quantum physics

I am glad that more folks are beginning to start to understand the magnitude and depth of the risk & exposure that QC presents even within the next 4 to 5 years. However, what about everyone else? Folks need to understand that the transformation to QC in the infrastructure alone is a substantial investment and timeline. So, as I have highlighted many times; I hope folks have baked in QC into their future state architectures & investments because a transformation (depending on company size and complexity) could span many, many years.

The study purports there is a 50 per cent risk that many of the cybersecurity tools used by financial institutions, online retailers and government agencies will be obsolete by 2031.

September 6, 2016 by Canadian Staff.

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Sep 7, 2016


Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

“KryptAll COMBATS QUANTUM COMPUTING” — The problem is that it will not be available until 2021 to combat hackers who have access to QC. And, lets not forget that 2 weeks ago China has proven they have Quantum communications along with their own work on QC in general.

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Sep 7, 2016

Discovery creates future opportunity in quantum computing

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics, solar power, sustainability

Scientists at the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) discovered a use for perovskites that runs counter to the intended usage of the hybrid organic-inorganic material.

Considerable research at NREL and elsewhere has been conducted into the use of organic-inorganic hybrid perovskites as a solar cell. Perovskite systems have been shown to be highly efficient at converting sunlight to electricity. Experimenting on a lead-halide perovskite, NREL researchers found evidence the material could have great potential for optoelectronic applications beyond photovoltaics, including in the field of quantum computers.

Today, Nature Communications published the research, Large Polarization-Dependent Exciton Optical Stark Effect in Lead Iodide Perovskites. Authors of the paper are Ye Yang, Mengjin Yang, Kai Zhu, Justin Johnson, Joseph Berry, Jao van de Lagemaat, and Matthew Beard.

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Sep 7, 2016

China’s Quantum Satellite Experiments: Strategic And Military Implications – Analysis

Posted by in categories: cybercrime/malcode, government, military, quantum physics, satellites

Additional insights on QSS planned efforts; and (as with any government program) there is more to this program than these insights.

While China’s quantum science satellite (QSS) project is part of the Strategic Priority Programme on Space Science, the country’s first space exploration programme intended purely for scientific research, its experiments have significant military implications.

By Michael Raska

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Sep 6, 2016

Quantum Computers Are Coming, and the World Might Not Be Ready

Posted by in categories: chemistry, computing, finance, quantum physics

Computadores qu nticos estão chegando. O mundo pode não estar pronto.
A mec nica qu ntica, Carl Sagan observou certa vez, é tão estranho que o “senso comum é quase inútil em se aproximar dela.” Os cientistas ainda não entendem exatamente por que a matéria se comporta como faz no nível qu ntico. No entanto, eles estão ficando melhor a exploração dos seus din mica peculiar — de maneiras que podem em breve revolucionando o negócio tecnoloco.

Não é surpresa, então, o investimento no campo está crescendo. IBM, Microsoft e Google são todos construção de laboratórios de pesquisa qu ntica. Startups estão se preparando. Os bancos estão muito interessados na verdade. Governos ver aplicações para a exploração espacial, a investigação médica e de coleta de inteligência. Agência de Segurança Nacional dos Estados Unidos, na verdade, foi discretamente tentando construir um computador qu ntico, durante anos, na esperança de que ele iria fazer um código-breaker imparável.

Via Bloomberg.

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Sep 5, 2016

Quantum computing Rose’s Law is Moore’s Law on steroids

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Rose’s Law for Quantum Computing highlights the new platforms sheer power to solve humanity’s and society’s most complex problems on, and off, Earth

When Steve Jurvetson, Managing Director of the investment firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson (DJF) first met Geordie Rose, now CTO and former CEO of D-Wave back in 2002 he was struck by his ability to explain complex quantum physics and the “spooky” underpinnings of a new class of computing platform – Quantum Computing.

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Sep 5, 2016

This is All you Should Know About “The String Theory”

Posted by in categories: cosmology, quantum physics

String theory arrived in the public field in 1988 when a BBC radio series Desperately Seeking Superstrings was aired. Thanks to good marketing and its naturally curious name and characteristics, it is now part of popular discourse, mentioned in TV’s Big Bang Theory, Woody Allen stories, and countless science documentaries.

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Sep 1, 2016

Google isn’t far off from achieving quantum supremacy

Posted by in categories: computing, quantum physics

Google’s new QC targeted by the end of next year.

Researchers at the company could unveil a quantum computer that is superior to conventional computers by the end of next year.

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