(BusinessInsider) The US has a limited talent pool of quantum computing experts. But, as Silicon Valley gears up for what it expects to be a huge revolution in supercomputing, Microsoft has big plans to start training people in quantum-related skills now. Krysta Svore, general manager of quantum software at Microsoft, says that there are ways…..

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(Engadget.com) Physicists have captured an image of quantum entanglement for the first time ever. Scientists from the University of Glasglow recently shared the first known image of a Bell entanglement. The photo depicts two photons interacting and sharing physical states for a brief instant — an event that occurs regardless of the actual distance between…..

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(NationalInterest.org) The leadership of the U.S. Army is taken with the idea of transforming how and with what the Army fights. Technology enthusiasts, including many in the Army’s new Futures Command, talk about the potential for hover tanks that shoot laser beams and are autonomously guided by artificial intelligence housed in quantum computers. Brigadier Gen……

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Posted by 17 Jul 2019

(Cryptopolitan) The Cardano Shelley testnet is being viewed as a major achievement in Cardano’s development. Moreover, there has been a steady climb of ADA from $0.8 to $0.1. Shelley marks the beginning of a Proof-of-Stake Consensus protocol and a step in the direction of absolute decentralization for the network of Cardano. Moreover, the users will…..

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(Phys.org) Purdue University researchers are among the first to build a gate—what could be a quantum version of a transistor, used in today’s computers for processing information—with qudits. Whereas qubits can exist only in superpositions of 0 and 1 states, qudits exist in multiple states, such as 0 and 1 and 2. More states mean…..

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(Fortune.com) Quantum companies are racing to hire skilled talent, which is currently limited because the field is so nascent. There are not enough educated quantum tech professionals to meet the employment demands, which include people who are trained in fields like materials science, cryogenics (quantum machines need to run in extremely cold temperatures), as well…..

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(InComplianceMag) Iowa State University physicists have worked out a method for using terahertz light waves to accelerate supercurrents. This innovation has allowed them to demonstrate that it is possible to use light to control some of the essential quantum properties of superconducting states, and could be useful in the creation of incredibly fast quantum computers……

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(InsideHPC) In this podcast, the Radio Free HPC team looks at Quantum Computing and HPC and how the two spaces are evolving and cooperating. The interviewee is Mike Booth, CTO of Quantum Computing, Inc. The interview discusses how Quantum Computing and HPC interface, analog vs digital, qubits, magnets, resistors, connectors, cryogenics, algorithms, languages, the huge…..

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(IQTEurope) IQT Europe is a unique must-attend event that offers comprehensive insights into the commercial future of all areas of quantum technology, presenting both opportunities available today and future applications for businesses and governments. The event will be October 29-30, at the Hague in the Louwman Museum. Register by July 18 for best pricing.  Click…..

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(EU-Startups) London-based Crypta Labs is developing technologies that use the quantum properties of light to secure highly critical data and communication devices embedded in the critical infrastructure of the aerospace, communication, medical, military, and transport industries. The cybersecurity startup has just raised €3 million in a funding round led by Bloc Ventures, including €1.1 million…..

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