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Top 10 Quantum Computing Companies to Watch The Future of Computing ground breaking innovation, quantum computing has the potential to alter the way we see and use computers. It offers the chance to solve challenging issues that are now unsolvable b...


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Do you think quantum computing may be necessary for AGI Some scientists believe the brain is more of quantum field than computer. Maybe thats why it learns so much more efficiently than deep neural networks. submitted by u multiverseportalgun link...


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Insurance underwriting is fundamentally a data-driven practice. With an increasingly interconnected world producing far more data than an individual human can process, computers and AI have come in to support data analysis and decision-making. Quantum computing has the potential to change the way the insurance industry uses data in underwriting, and beyond. While we're still several years away from realizing the full capabilities of quantum computing, insurers need to take the future of quantum seriously for their present-day strategies....


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The Next Industry Disruptors AI and Quantum Computing...


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Recently, there has been increasing awareness of the tremendous opportunities inherent in quantum computing (QC). Specifically, the speed and efficiency of QC will significantly impact the Internet of Things, cryptography, finance, and marketing. Accordingly, there has been increased QC research funding from national and regional governments and private firms. However, critical concerns regarding legal, political, and business-related policies germane to QC adoption exist. Since this is an emerg...


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With the birth of Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ) devices and the verification of "quantum supremacy" in random number sampling and boson sampling, more and more fields hope to use quantum computers to solve specific problems, such as aerodynamic design, route allocation, financial option prediction, quantum chemical simulation to find new materials, and the challenge of quantum cryptography to automotive industry security. However, these fields still need to constantly explore quantum a...


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Quantum computing hardware and software have made enormous strides over the last years. Questions around quantum computing's impact on research and society have changed from "if" to "when/how". The 2020s have been described as the "quantum decade", and the first production solutions that drive scientific and business value are expected to become available over the next years. Medicine, including fields in healthcare and life sciences, has seen a flurry of quantum-related activities and experimen...


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Randomness in Quantum Machines Helps Verify Their Accuracy Caltech Research.Researchers have discovered that complex random behaviors naturally emerge from even the simplest, chaotic dynamics in quantum simulator. New error detection method takes adv...


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High-value payment systems (HVPSs) are typically liquidity-intensive as the payment requests are indivisible and settled on a gross basis. Finding the right order in which payments should be processed to maximize the liquidity efficiency of these systems is an $NP$-hard combinatorial optimization problem, which quantum algorithms may be able to tackle at meaningful scales. We developed an algorithm and ran it on a hybrid quantum annealing solver to find an ordering of payments that reduced the a...


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Quantum computing is a technology that uses the principles of quantum physics to perform calculations and process information. Quantum computers are based on the principles of quantum mechanics, which is a branch of physics that deals with the behavior of matter and energy on a very small scale, such as at the atomic and subatomic level.Unlike classical computers, which use bits to represent and process information, quantum computers use quantum bits or qubits. These qubits can exist in a state of superposition, where they can represent multiple values at the same time, and they can also become entangled, which means that the state of one qubit can be connected to the state of another qubit....


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Popular media is an unspoken yet ever-present element of the physics landscape and a tool we can utilize in our teaching. It is also well-understood that students enter the physics classroom with a host of conceptions learned from the world at large. It stands to reason, then, to suspect that media coverage may be a major contributing factor to students' views on physical phenomena and the nature of science - one whose influence will only grow amid the 21st century digital age. Yet the role of t...


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An important step in developing multi-qubit gates is to construct efficient benchmarking protocols for them. In our previous paper (arXiv: 2210.04330), we developed metrological protocols to measure the reduced Choi matrix i.e., the completely positive (CP) maps induced on a subset S of the qubits, by the multi-qubit gate. Here, we show a set of classically verifiable properties that the Choi matrix satisfies if it is a reduction of a multi-qubit unitary and use them to develop benchmarks. We id...


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In October 2019, Nature published a paper describing an experiment that took place at Google. The paper claims to demonstrate quantum (computational) supremacy on a 53-qubit quantum computer. Since September 2019 we have been involved in a long-term project to study various statistical aspects of the Google experiment. We have been trying to gather the relevant data and information in order to reconstruct and verify those parts of the Google experiment that are based on classical computations (e...


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Quantum measurement is important to quantum computing as it extracts the outcome of the circuit at the end of the computation. Previously, all measurements have to be done at the end of the circuit. Otherwise, it will incur significant errors. But it is not the case now. Recently IBM started supporting dynamic circuits through hardware (instead of software by simulator). With mid-circuit hardware measurement, we can improve circuit efficacy and fidelity from three aspects: (a) reduced qubit usag...


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Variational quantum algorithms are being explored as a promising approach to finding useful applications for noisy intermediate-scale quantum computers. However, cost functions corresponding to many problems of interest are inherently global, defined by Hamiltonians with many-body interactions. Consequently, the optimization landscape can exhibit exponentially vanishing gradients, so-called barren plateaus, rendering optimal solutions difficult to find. Strategies for mitigating barren plateaus ...


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