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Quantum Computing

Astor Perkins: Quantum Computing Panel

The panel will be moderated by William Hurley, CEO of Strangeworks. Also on the panel are: – Peter Chapman, CEO & President of IonQ – Dan Caruso, Executive Chairman at ColdQuanta – Professor Winfred Hensinger from the University of Sussex – Dr. Joe Fitzsimons, CEO of Horizon Quantum Computing

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Quantum Computing Science

First Room Temperature Superconductor Discovered

Superconducting materials can do amazing things that appear to defy the laws of physics, but their major drawback is that superconducting properties don’t appear unless a material is cooled to near absolute zero. Superconductors that would work at (or near)  room temperatures would, without exaggeration, would change the world and would have massive implications for […]

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Robotics

This 30-Ton Robot Could Help Scientists Produce the Crops of the Future

Arizona has what researchers call “the climate of tomorrow, today.” Scientists are using a 30-ton robotic field scanner in the state to study plant genetics and hopefully develop stress-resilient crops.

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Microsoft Quantum Computing

Quantum Impact: Computing a More Sustainable Future

While quantum computing may seem like the next frontier, its foundations have actually been around for billions of years—in the natural world. This episode of Quantum Impact explores the ways in which we can tap into nature’s organic systems and processes to help solve some of today’s most pressing issues around climate change and environmental […]

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Google

Google and Amazon are Now in the Oil Business

Data maybe be the new oil, but it’s not a one way trip. Big Tech is teaming up with Big Oil to squeeze more oil and gas out of the ground using machine learning technology.

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Future

Why You Should Be Optimistic About the Future

a16z shares this video of Kevin Kelly and Marc Andreesen talking about why the future just might be better than what you have been led to believe. Many skeptics thought the internet would never reach mass adoption, but today it’s shaping global culture, is integral to our lives–and this is just the beginning. In this […]

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