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Quantum Computing Weekend Update July 24 -July 29

By Sandra Helsel posted 29 Jul 2023

Quantum Computing Weekend Update July July 24 -July 29: Enjoy the best articles from InsideQuantumTechnology.com from this week as well as news that developed today.  IQT news, research and events are always up to date and meticulously curated.

Yoann Jestin; CEO and co-founder, Ki3 Photonics; will speak on “Quantum Networks: What Applications Will it Support?” at IQT NYC 2023.

QC Design Announces New Fault-Tolerant Architecture for Quantum Computers

IBM details its most recent digital signature scheme proposals

Noel Goddard; CEO, Qunnect; will speak at IQT NYC  2023

How to Develop a Strong Quantum Patent Portfolio (Part 2)

IQT Research Forecasts Revenues from Post Quantum Cryptography to Reach $6.7 Billion by 2032

Amerijet, Quantum-South successfully complete air cargo optimization project

Poolad Imany, Founder and CEO, Icarus Quantum Inc. will speak at IQT NYC 2023

IQTNYC 2FOR1 flash sale available until 31 July

Quantum Tech Pod Episode 53: Si-Hui Tan, Chief Science Officer, Horizon Quantum Computing

Q-CTRL adds Morpheus Ventures as an investor

Deborah Berebichez, Founder & CEO, Solve For You; will speak at IQT NYC 2023

IBM details its most recent digital signature scheme proposals

Quantum Company Alice & Bob Announce New Advances in Cat Qubits

Zoran Krunic Sr. Manager Data Science, AMGEN; will speak at IQT NYC 2023

Atom Computing, NREL eye quantum computing for electric grid optimization

Quantum Communications vs. Quantum Networking vs. the Quantum Internet

Inside Quantum Technology’s “Inside Scoop:” Quantum and Weapons Development

Sandra K. Helsel, Ph.D. has been researching and reporting on frontier technologies since 1990.  She has her Ph.D. from the University of Arizona.

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