China

Quantum Computing

Does China’s Quantum Computer Surpass Google’s?

When you hear about Quantum Computers, you normally think of American companies like Google or IBM, but in 2020 China flipped the script with their new super powerful quantum computer. Find out the details on this episode of Super Freaky Science!

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Career

Teaching the World to Code

In this episode of CodeStories, Christina meets with Zihao – a Microsoft Student Ambassador and MVP to learn his journey into computer science, and how he’s created a video channel in China where he’s teaching hundreds of thousands of people how to get started in AI.

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Hardware Interesting

Inside China’s Accelerating Bid for Chip Supremacy

Bloomberg Quicktake explains how the world is dependent on Taiwan for silicon semiconductors called chips, which give devices like iPhones their functionality. This reliance has the U.S. and China both racing for technological independence.

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Interesting

BBC Click Turns 20

Influential tech news show BBC Click turned 20 years old recently and had a live audience brought in via Zoom from all over the world.

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Autonomous Vehicles

Elon Musk Talks Autopilot and Level 5 Autonomy at China AI conference

Recent Elon Musk spoke at a Chinese AI conference, below is the speech.

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AI

The Tech Fighting The Coronavirus

BBC Click investigates coronavirus misinformation and discovers the AI tools that could help track its spread and find new treatments.

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Data

Scientist Challenges Chinese Coronavirus Data

Here’s an interesting look at the data behind the recent corona virus outbreak.

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The US and China are in a quantum arms race that will transform warfare
Quantum Computing Science

The US and China Are in a Quantum Arms Race

Quantum physics is no longer just for academic researchers or engineers working on quantum computers. It is quickly becoming a national security imperative. How quickly quantum advances will influence military power will depend on the work of researchers like Jonathan Baugh. A professor at the University of Waterloo in Canada, Baugh is working on a […]

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