#### Monitored Quantum Circuits with Noncommuting Conserved Quantities

This video is from Qiskit. Monitored quantum circuits exhibit entanglement transitions at certain measurement rates. Such a transition separates phases characterized by how much information an observer can learn from the measurement outcomes. We study SU(2)-symmetric monitored quantum circuits, using exact numerics. Due to the symmetry’s non-Abelian nature, measuring qubit pairs allows for nontrivial entanglement […]

Read More#### What is Quantum Computing? a very simple explanation

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Read More#### Introducing the Intel Quantum SDK

This video is from Intel. Quantum computing will change the world, tackling many of the challenges we face as humankind. The potential is there – but right now the computing power isn’t. Discover how Intel Quantum SDK through the Intel DevCloud is simulating the quantum world to prepare the next generation of experts.

Read More#### What is Quantum Artificial Intelligence

This video is from Samuel Bosch where he discusses his PhD work on Quantum Artificial Intelligence Algorithms, Shor’s Quantum Factoring Algorithm for breaking RSA Security, and the Future of Quantum Computing I talk about my PhD research at MIT in Quantum Artificial Intelligence. I also explain the basic concepts of quantum computers, and why they are […]

Read More#### Room Temperature Qubits? Quantum Computing on a PCIe Card?

This video is from TechTechPotato. A lot of research is being done for superconducting qubits or spin qubits – but what about qubits that work at room temperature? Here’s a company promising to bring quantum computing to both room temperature and the PCIe form factor.

Read More#### Quantum Utility: IBM Quantum and UC Berkeley experiment charts path to useful quantum computing

This video is from IBM Research. A collaborative experiment between researchers at IBM Quantum and UC Berkeley shows quantum computers delivering reliable, accurate results for challenging simulation problems at a scale of 127 qubits. This scale is far beyond exact brute force methods on the most powerful classical computer. The research demonstrates that only two […]

Read More#### Quantum Error Mitigation and the Path to Useful Quantum Computing

A research paper from IBM Quantum and UC Berkeley has delivered compelling evidence suggesting that today’s noisy, error-prone quantum computers will soon be able to solve truly useful problems that are beyond the reach of classical computation. In this video, co-authors and IBM Quantum researchers Andrew Eddins and Youngseok Kim explain the experiment they used […]

Read More#### The Secrets Of Quantum Computing

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Join Tech Inquiry as they explore the astonishing breakthroughs that are set to transform the way we process information. From exponentially faster calculations to solving complex problems previously thought impossible, quantum computing holds the key to a technological revolution.

Read More#### Quantum Error Mitigation and the Path to Useful Quantum Computing

A research paper from IBM Quantum and UC Berkeley has delivered compelling evidence suggesting that today’s noisy, error-prone quantum computers will soon be able to solve truly useful problems that are beyond the reach of classical computation. In this video, co-authors and IBM Quantum researchers Andrew Eddins and Youngseok Kim explain the experiment they used […]

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