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The rate at which quantum computing is hitting the media stream is ever-increasing. This piece is a collection of recent articles and reports covering various aspects of quantum computing from the lens of algorithms and software. Mea Cubitt

SCHRÖDINGER’S BITCOIN | Schrödinger’s cat is a thought experiment in quantum mechanics that demonstrates a paradox of quantum superposition.  Source: BITCOIN MAGAZINE.   SCHRÖDINGER’S BITCOIN…

Quantum algorithms that speed up banking operations 100x are here | Forget what Goldman Sachs said about useful quantum computing being five years away in finance. Banks can already get a 100-fold advantage by using quantum computers to solve problems such as portfolio optimisation and fraud detection fraud, says Spanish startup Multiverse Computing.  Source: sifted.   Quantum algorithms that speed up banking operations 100x are here…

Johann Polecsak: The Blockchain Will be Unhackable Until Quantum Computers Arrive | Blockchain’s inherent safety is commonly seen as one of its major benefits. However, it was seen most recently in the hack of $600 million worth of digital assets stolen from the Poly Network, that the platforms that sit on the blockchain –or indeed bridge different blockchains as well as the chains themselves– are not impervious to threat.  Source: Entrepreneur.   Johann Polecsak: The Blockchain Will be Unhackable Until Quantum Computers Arrive…

Zapata Computing Publishes New Research on Using Orquestra® Platform to Implement Fundamental Subroutine for Quantum Algorithms | Zapata Computing, Inc., a leading enterprise software company for quantum solutions, today announced new research on computing values with a quantum computer.  Source: yahoo!finance.   Zapata Computing Publishes New Research on Using Orquestra® Platform to Implement Fundamental Subroutine for Quantum Algorithms…

Rosatom was the first in the world to solve an important applied problem using quantum computing | Quantum algorithms are far from solving universal problems, but they can cope with a certain class of computations better than a supercomputer. First of all, these are optimization problems, and Rosatom was constantly solving one of them – finding the optimal distribution of spent nuclear fuel among containers for subsequent safe storage. For the first time in the world, a quantum algorithm helped solve this problem, which distinguished Russian developers.  Source: TGSL.   Rosatom was the first in the world to solve an important applied problem using quantum computing…