(IBM.InstituteForBusinessValue) IBM has published a report concerning quantum computing use cases for life sciences. Key Takeaways are: 1) In the life sciences industry, quantum computing is expected to enable a range of disruptive use cases by linking genomes with outcomes, enhancing drug discovery, and improving protein folding predictions. The time to act is now 2)…..

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(Qureca) – QURECA (Quantum Resources & Careers) has launched the first global recruitment and training platform to develop the quantum workforce, with the goal to help businesses and the workforce become quantum ready. One of the main components in creating a quantum technology community is to enable and educate the workforce with the relevant skills…..

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(BusinessWire)  The 2nd Annual Cybersecurity Impact Awards announced that its independent panel of judges has identified and is recognizing multiple honorees (individuals and businesses) located in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia (DMV) for their leadership and innovation within the cybersecurity industry. Judges reviewed submissions across categories including Start-up to Watch, Small, Medium and Large Business,…..

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(QuantumLab.org) Headline-grabbing experiments by China’s satellite Micius have shown that quantum signals can reach Earth from satellites with their spooky and useful properties intact, pointing the way to building a global quantum internet. An international team led by researchers at the Centre for Quantum Technologies (CQT), National University of Singapore have now shown that nanosatellites…..

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(AT&T.Cybersecurity) Just as cybersecurity professionals are getting used to the possible implications of quantum computers, a new front opens in the quantum arms race: using quantum computers for encryption. Some researchers are already working on ways to protect systems against the exponential increase in computing power they represent. If cybersecurity is at a tipping point,…..

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(GroundAlerts) Atos has expanded its quantum solutions portfolio by offering Atos QLM E (Atos QLM Enhanced), the world’s best performing commercially available quantum simulator, with a new range of accelerated GPUs for its Atos Quantum Learning Machine. Sources cite that with computer speed of up to 12 times higher, Atos QLM E paves the way…..

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(AQT)  Xanadu and AQT announced that PennyLane, an open-source project from Xanadu for quantum machine learning, automatic differentiation, and optimization, now supports AQT quantum computers. Xanadu develops software for quantum machine learning (QML) and optimization. PennyLane, one of Xanadu’s core software products, is an easy to use open-source platform for QML — optimizing processes in…..

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(Nature) Nature’s “News & Views” summarizes the efforts of Yuan Yin and his team demonstrating that cryptographic solutions can be deployed over distances exceeding 1,000 kilometres via satellite, without compromising the security promised by the underlying quantum technology. A key way to understand their result is to observe how it was achieved, starting from previous…..

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(InsideQuantumTechnology) The market for post-quantum cryptography (PQC) software and chips will ramp up to $9.5 billion by 2029 according to a new report from the Inside Quantum Technology. PQC describes a class of encryption algorithms that are impervious to being broken by powerful quantum computers. Although PQC capabilities will be embedded in numerous devices and…..

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(VCCircle) Sequoia Capital India led the extension of the seed funding round for Horizon Quantum Computing, which is focused on developing programming tools for quantum computers. The investment is the latest bet on a startup in the Southeast Asia region for Sequoia’s India-based arm, which also operates an accelerator programme, Surge. Existing backers also include…..

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