Posts filed under: Government

U.S. Taxpayer-Bilking-CHIPS Act Bill Could Prove Boon for Colorado Tech Sectors, $100M Per Annum for Quantum Infrastructure

Some of Colorado’s key technology sectors will reap benefits from the $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act, recently passed....

Suit Filed in D.C. Court Seeks Transparency Into U.S. NIST’s Post-Quantum Computing Algorithm Effort

Civil-rights firm Loevy & Loevy has now filed suit on [D. J. Bernstein's] behalf in federal court, the United States District Court for the District of Columbia, to force NIST...

There Are Policy Implications for Quantum Simulation, Quantum Computing

Quantum simulation has the potential to profoundly affect science, industry, and warfare....

How Can Governments Use Quantum Computing for Public Sector Interests?

Creating a “quantum sandbox” within government aimed at developing proof-of-concepts and testing near-term quantum applications provides a unique way to begin using today’s technology....

Why Israel Is Moving to Quantum Computing

Both China and the United States, among others, have already started national initiatives for this new paradigm. Israel is also placing bets on quantum computing....

Should the U.S. Government Run a Public Contest to Discover Weaknesses in Post-Quantum Computing Algorithms? 

The more people try to attack the new PQC algorithms and fail, the more likely it is that they are secure....