(WallStreetJournal) The venerable Wall Street Journal predicts while that the exact nature and scope of quantum computing’s promise has been only vaguely defined today, in the future quantum computers will come in a variety of different sizes and shapes, suited for different purposes. Meanwhile; IBM, Google and Microsoft are big players, as are several university-based…..

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(InsideQuantumTechnology.Events) “The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Sensors” begins tomorrow, March 19 in Boston with Market Workshops. The two-day proceedings follows March 20-21 with a lineup of leaders and luminaries from the quantum technology sector. Still time to catch a red-eye or a train on the East Coast. Click here for registration…..

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(VentureBeat) It doesn’t really matter whether you believe quantum-mechanical phenomena is going to change everything. The mere research into the field is already impacting technology across the board. A true quantum computer is still years, if not decades, away. When has that ever stopped researchers? Recently Mobileye cofounder Amnon Shashua and a team from Hebrew…..

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(ZDNet) It’s been an open question for many years why deep learning forms of neural networks achieve great success on many tasks; the discipline has a paucity of theory to explain its empirical successes. Facebook’s Yann LeCun puzzled that deep learning is like the steam engine, which preceded the underlying theory of thermodynamics by many…..

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(PhysicsWorld) Machine-learning algorithms have been run on a quantum computer by physicists at IBM. Although the proof-of-concept demonstration did not involve practical tasks, the team hopes that scaling-up the algorithms to run on larger quantum systems could give machine learning a boost. the IBM demonstrations were very basic. The team used two quantum bits (qubits)…..

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(NationalDefenseMagazine) The Chinese Academy of Sciences wants to launch a number of micro and nano satellites over the next five years to create a quantum communications infrastructure. There are reports of advances in quantum radar, quantum imaging for remote sensing and quantum navigation, which can be used for guidance on future missiles, she added. While…..

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(TechnologyReview) MIT’s Technology Review reports that headlines about time machines are a long way off the mark. The trigger for all of these was a Scientific Reports paper with the provocative title “Arrow of time and its reversal on the IBM quantum computer.” In it, the authors claimed to have performed an experiment that opens…..

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(SpectrumIEEE) Researchers at Google, the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, and the University of California Santa Barbara reported making a key control circuit in CMOS that will work at cryogenic temperatures. It is the first disclosed instance of a CMOS cryogenic quantum control IC interacting with real qubits. One of the big limiters to today’s…..

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(BloombergPodcast) Bloomberg news recently interviewed Lawrence Gasman, Founder & President of Inside Quantum Technology. Gasman first discussed quantum technology today and explained it derived from quantum information theory. He explained the three sectors: 1) quantum computers; 2) encryption; and 3) quantum sensors. Gasman explained that the emerging quantum technologies are now ” . producing new…..

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(IQT.Conference.Boston2019) Still time to register and attend ‘The Future of Quantum Computing, Quantum Cryptography and Quantum Sensors’ in Boston next week March 19-21.  You will have the opportunity to learn from 31 speakers from quantum tech leaders such as  Microsoft, IBM, D-Wave, QuTech, Cambridge Quantum Computing and many more.  Scroll through the speaker lineup and…..

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