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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

The First Quantum Toolkit And Library For Natural Language Processing | Cambridge Quantum (CQ) announced the release of the world’s first quantum natural language processing toolbox and library (QNLP). The goal is to speed up the development of real-world QNLP applications such as automated dialogue, text mining, language translation, text-to-speech, language production, and bioinformatics.  Source:analytics india mag.  The First Quantum Toolkit And Library For Natural Language Processing…

Researchers achieve first quantum simulation of baryons | A team of researchers led by an Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) faculty member performed the first-ever simulation of baryons—fundamental quantum particles—on a quantum computer.   Source: PHYS.ORG.   Researchers achieve first quantum simulation of baryons…

Quantum material ‘learns’ like a living creature | Quantum materials known as Mott insulators can “learn” to respond to external stimuli in a way that mimics animal behaviour, say researchers at Rutgers University in the US. The discovery of behaviours such as habituation and sensitization in these non-living systems could lead to new algorithms for artificial intelligence (AI).  Source: physicsworld.   Quantum material ‘learns’ like a living creature…

How monitoring quantum Otto engine affects its performance | Heat engines are devices that utilize waste heat to perform mechanical work and generate power. The invention of heat engines ushered in an era of the industrial revolution two hundred fifty years ago. Among them, the Otto engine, which utilizes distinct heat and work strokes, is used in nearly all automobiles and has been an industry standard due to its relatively high power and efficiency. In an Otto engine, a working substance is typically a gas confined to a piston, which undergoes four subsequent strokes: it is first compressed, then heated up, expanded, and finally cooled down to its initial temperature.  Source: IBS.   How monitoring quantum Otto engine affects its performance…

Canadian researchers achieve first quantum simulation of baryons | A team of researchers led by an Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) faculty member performed the first-ever simulation of baryons—fundamental quantum particles—on a quantum computer.  Source: UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO.   Canadian researchers achieve first quantum simulation of baryons…

Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG Leverage Latest Quantum Algorithms to Optimise Train Scheduling | Cambridge Quantum (CQ) and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG (DB) announced a partnership to explore how quantum computers can improve the rescheduling of rail traffic as part of DB’s long-term transformative plan, Digitale Schiene Deutschland, to digitise DB’s infrastructure and railway system using next-generation technologies to achieve a higher capacity and optimal utilisation of the rail network.  Source: Cambridge Quantum.   Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG Leverage Latest Quantum Algorithms to Optimise Train Scheduling…

Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG Leverage Latest Quantum Algorithms to Optimise Train Scheduling | Cambridge Quantum (CQ) and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG (DB) announced a partnership to explore how quantum computers can improve the rescheduling of rail traffic as part of DB’s long-term transformative plan, Digitale Schiene Deutschland, to digitise DB’s infrastructure and railway system using next-generation technologies to achieve a higher capacity and optimal utilisation of the rail network.  Source: CISION PR Newswire.   Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG Leverage Latest Quantum Algorithms to Optimise Train Scheduling…

Ames Lab: New Algorithms Improve Computational Power in Early Quantum Computers – India Education | Latest Education News | Global Education News | A group of scientists at the Ames Institute of the US Department of Energy has developed a computational quantum algorithm that enables efficient and accurate simulation of the static and dynamic properties of quantum systems. Algorithms are a valuable tool for gaining deeper insights into the physics and chemistry of complex materials and are specially designed to work with existing and near-future quantum computers.  Source: India news Republic.   Ames Lab: New Algorithms Improve Computational Power in Early Quantum Computers – India Education | Latest Education News | Global Education News…

Agnostiq Selects Pennylane to Develop Quantum Platform for Finance | Agnostiq partners with Xanadu to build products on top of Xanadu’s open-source software, PennyLane, to solve and address financial problems using advanced computing technologies. PennyLane provides a powerful and pioneering differentiable programming approach to quantum computing. It seamlessly integrates classical machine learning libraries with quantum hardware and simulators, giving users the power to train quantum computers the same way as neural networks.  Source: HPC wire.   Agnostiq Selects Pennylane to Develop Quantum Platform for Finance…

The First Quantum Toolkit And Library For Natural Language Processing | Cambridge Quantum (CQ) announced the release of the world’s first quantum natural language processing toolbox and library (QNLP). The goal is to speed up the development of real-world QNLP applications such as automated dialogue, text mining, language translation, text-to-speech, language production, and bioinformatics.  Source: analytics.   The First Quantum Toolkit And Library For Natural Language Processing…