The very term “time crystal” conjures up all sorts of sci-fi imagery. It turns out that they are very real and may be a major breakthrough for quantum computing.
In this TED talk, Shohini Ghose explains how this technology holds the potential to transform medicine, create unbreakable encryption and even teleport information.
In case you’re wondering how far away quantum computing is from going mainstream, it’s worth noting that mainstream business magazines are taking note. For reference, mainstream business magazines happened to notice the internet about 2-3 years before it “blew up.”
This video about IBM Q is fascinating not just for the technology but also the focus on industrial design.
In this talk from Open FinTech Forum 2018, Bob Sutor will discuss the basics of the quantum computing technology, the motivation for quantum computing, and the outlook for the future.
Frame of Essence has a great overview of conventional encryption and the threats that quantum computers pose and how to deal with it.
In this YouTube video, Marissa Giustina addresses some basic questions about quantum computing. You’ll learn about what makes a quantum computer “quantum”, and what differentiates it from a standard computer.
In addition, you’ll get to see what some current quantum processors look like, and see the stack of hardware infrastructure needed to run the full system.
In this video, Siraj Raval explores the use of quantum computing in AI and, along with some wicked VFX, uses D-Wave’s new service.
For the last year, there’s been an increased buzz around quantum computers. Are they hype or just over the horizon? Exactly how far we from the next computing revolution?
Here’s a great explanation of quantum computing, as well as the notion of “quantum supremacy” when a quantum computer will beat a traditional super computer.
Quantum computing is a hard subject to get your head around. Fortunately, this video has Dr. Talia Gershon (Senior Manager, Quantum Research) to explain quantum computing to 5 different people; a child, teen, a college student, a grad student and a professional.