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Bell’s Inequality: The weirdest theorem in the world that won a Nobel Prize in 2022

John Clauser, Alain Aspect and Anton Zeilinger won the Nobel Prize in physics for 2022. Their work built off of one of the most important results in all of physics; Bells Theorem, invented by the late John Stewart Bell. Here we discuss why Bells Theorem is one of the most important, yet bizarre, results in […]

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Bell’s Inequality: The weirdest theorem in the world | Nobel Prize 2022

This week John Clauser, Alain Aspect and Anton Zeilinger won the Nobel Prize in physics for 2022. Their work built off of one of the most important results in all of physics; Bells Theorem, invented by the late John Stewart Bell. The following videos discuss why Bells Theorem is one of the most important, yet […]

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Computer researcher speaks on the revolution of quantum computing

This interview with Jack Hidary covers the most important things you need to know about quantum computing. A little about Jack Hidary’s take on Quantum Computing & cryptography: Quantum computers will soon be able to crack classical encryption, resulting in a massive leakage of sensitive data and secrets. The international cybersecurity community is rushing to […]

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Best College Majors for Quantum Computing

Want a job in quantum but not sure where to start? If you’re still in school, the first choice you are going to have to make is your college major. Traditionally, most everyone working in quantum information science had a background in physics, but today that is not the case. In this video, Olivia discusses […]

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A Crash Course in Quantum Computing

Eamonn Darcy Founder/Operator of QUECWA -The Quantum Education Centre of West Australia introduces us to the realm of quantum physics and a FREE 10 Episode -Crash Course in Quantum Computing Series.

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Can particles really be in two places at once?

Here’s another stellar video from Sabine Hossenfelder. Today I tell you what happened when I wrote an opinion piece for the Guardian about quantum computing, had to explain what a qubit is, and decided against using the phrase that it “can be in two states at the same time”. What happened next and what did […]

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