A new breakthrough in the technology could really heat things up in quantum computing: Modular Quantum computing.

Find out what challenges scientists are up against, and how taking quantum computers modular can help.

A new breakthrough in the technology could really heat things up in quantum computing: Modular Quantum computing.

Find out what challenges scientists are up against, and how taking quantum computers modular can help.

Sabine Hossenfelder asks if complex number actually exist and why do they pop up in math and physics?

Sabine Hossenfelder cautions us to not fall for the hype around quantum computing.

In this video, Jin-Sung Kim, PhD explains how some quantum algorithms can outperform their classical counterpart and shows us how to implement Grover’s Algorithm.

Anastasia Marchenkova outlines the math skills needed to succeed in quantum computing.

Arvin Ash explains the details to quantum tunneling and why it’s a big deal.

Sabine Hossenfelder explains atomic energy levels and their role in quantum mechanics.

Watching these videos is all part of my plan to understand the fundamental forces behind quantum computing.

As I study the particulars of quantum computing, there are some concepts that are harder to grasp than others.

Fortunately, we live in the age of YouTube.

Here’s a greate video on quantum spin states with 3D animations.

Quantum computers can solve problems in seconds that would take “ordinary” computers millennia, but their sensitivity to interference is major engineering obstacle.

Now, researchers claim they’ve created a component that drastically cuts down on error-inducing noise.

Seeker explains how graphene could make a big difference.

Einstein’s special theory of relativity combines space and time into one dynamic, unified entity – spacetime.

But if time is connected to space, could the universe be anything but deterministic? And does that mean that the future is predestined

PBS Space Time explores what this means.