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

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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 […]

Read More#### The Uses of IBM’s Next Generation 433 Qubit Chip

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- November 14, 2022
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At this year’s IBM Quantum Summit, there were multiple announcements: 433 Qubit Processors, 512 Quantum Volume, record residence times, and a new 100×100 strategy. Why is quantum computing useful and not just some pie in the sky.

Read More#### Quantum Events Forecast for November 2022

IBM Quantum’s Brian Ingmanson is here with an overview of upcoming Quantum and Qiskit events! Qiskit Quantum Explorers: https://github.com/qiskit-community/quantum-explorers ICPC Algo Queen: https://u.icpc.global/events/algo-queen/ IBM Quantum Fall Challenge: https://research.ibm.com/blog/quantum-challenge-fall-2022 Understanding Quantum Information & Computation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-c4xJa7Flk&t=1s Qiskit Community Events: https://qiskit.org/events/ Qiskit Fall Fest: https://qiskit.org/events/fall-fest/ IBM Quantum Internships: https://research.ibm.com/blog/2023-quantum-internships Qiskit Global Summer School 2022: https://qiskit.org/events/summer-school/

Read More#### DARQ Highlight of The Week – 4th Week of October 2022

October DARQ Highlights of the Week are covering a series of highlights some of the security challenges concerning Emerging Disrupting Technologies” taking Quantum Technologies as an example ” Today’s Highlight is about the “Potential Quantum Computing Implications on the National Security” Quantum Computing has become one of the nation’s states’ national security challenges, as it […]

Read More#### Quantum Minesweeper: How to See a Bomb Without Looking

Imagine you are given a box and you can’t see what’s inside. All you know is that it is either empty, or it contains a highly sensitive bomb. If this bomb is hit by even a single photon, it will explode. Your challenge is to work out whether or not there is a bomb in […]

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

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- October 10, 2022
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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 […]

Read More#### Quantum Computing Academy Intro

With quantum computing, the future is already here. Classical computing is being transformed by Quantum computing. Join Quantum Computing Academy (known as QCA) for quick briefings about Quantum Computing and learn how it can be used in solving problems with live demos.

Read More#### Best College Majors for Quantum Computing

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- September 20, 2022
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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 […]

Read More#### Quantum computing in 2022 EXPLAINED | The future is here

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- September 17, 2022
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Quantum computing in 2022 is gathering momentum and while the practical applications are yet very scarce, the quantum future is set to break the current cybersecurity infrastructureâ€¦ or will it re-invent it?

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