#### Quantum Book Recommendations Part 2!

- Frank
- February 14, 2023
- Algorithm
- Books
- Daniel F. Styer
- Developer
- Getting Started
- IBM
- James Kakalios
- Jeffrey Bub
- JJ Sakurai
- Machine Learning
- Michael G. Raymer
- Michele Mosca
- Open Source
- Phillip Kaye
- Physics
- Python
- qiskit
- Quantum
- quantum algorithms
- quantum computer programming
- Quantum Computers
- quantum information
- quantum machine learning
- Quantum Mechanics
- Quantum Physics
- quantum programming
- Qubit
- Raymond LaFlamme
- science
- Tanya Bub
- Thomas A. Moore

Olivia Lanes shares another batch of some of her favorite books on Quantum Computing.

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Qiskit Seminar Series with Andrew Daley on Information Scrambling, Error Propagation, and Quantum Advantage in Quantum Simulators

Read More#### Understanding Pauli X, Y, Z Gates in Quantum Computing with Qiskit

Qudex_38 explain the Pauli X, Y, and Z gates in quantum computing and how to implement them using the Qiskit library. Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced quantum developer, this video will provide a solid foundation for understanding these essential gates.

Read More#### Battle of the Qiskit Bots – Day 1 of 12 Days of Qiskit

Two Qiskit Bots, also known as Frank and Maria, try and quantum code their way to victory. The Bots will race to get the highest score in three live-coding challenges inspired by 1-Minute-Qiskit (1MQ), a video series of Qiskit tips and tricks, hosted by the two Bots. Personally, I’m rooting for Team Frank. Round 1: […]

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

- Frank
- November 14, 2022
- 2.8
- Alain Aspect
- Algorithm
- Anton Zeilinger
- API
- bell's theorem
- bells inequality
- Coding
- Getting Started
- IBM
- IBM Research
- john bell
- John Clauser
- Jupyter
- nobel prize
- nobel prize 2022
- Open Source
- open-source
- Physics
- programming quantum computers
- qiskit
- Quantum
- quantum algorithms
- quantum computer programming
- Quantum Computers
- quantum information
- quantum machine learning
- Quantum Mechanics
- Quantum Physics
- quantum programming
- Qubit
- science
- theorem
- weird

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#### 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#### From quantum picturalism to quantum NLP and quantum AI with Bob Coecke

In 2020 the Oxford-based Quantinuum team performed Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP) on IBM quantum hardware [1, 2]. Key to having been able to achieve what is conceived as a heavily data-driven task, is the observation that quantum theory and natural language are governed by much of the same compositional structure – a.k.a. tensor structure. […]

Read More#### Entanglement-Optimal Trajectories of Many-Body Quantum Markov Processes

In this talk Hannes Pichler presents a method to solve the equations of motion of open quantum many-body systems. It is based on a combination of generalized wave function trajectories and matrix product states. More specifically, we developed an adaptive quantum stochastic propagator, which minimizes the expected entanglement in the many-body quantum state, thus minimizing […]

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

- Frank
- October 10, 2022
- 2.8
- Alain Aspect
- Algorithm
- Anton Zeilinger
- API
- bell's theorem
- bells inequality
- Coding
- Getting Started
- IBM
- IBM Research
- john bell
- John Clauser
- Jupyter
- nobel prize
- nobel prize 2022
- Open Source
- open-source
- Physics
- programming quantum computers
- qiskit
- Quantum
- quantum algorithms
- quantum computer programming
- Quantum Computers
- quantum information
- quantum machine learning
- Quantum Mechanics
- Quantum Physics
- quantum programming
- Qubit
- science
- theorem
- weird

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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