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 government and policy. Mea Cubitt

SheQuantum announces Advisory Council of Global Academic Experts for its Quantum Computing EdTech Platform | SheQuantum, the leading quantum computing eLearning platform, announced its newly formed advisory council on 16 July 2021. This Advisory Council includes distinguished quantum computing experts from academia & research institutes from across the globe whose support will be to shape and guide the strategy in SheQuantum’s objective of providing simplified quantum education to masses globally through its EdTech platform.  Source: shequantum.   SheQuantum announces Advisory Council of Global Academic Experts for its Quantum Computing EdTech Platform…

US needs radical shifts and bipartisan cooperation to defend its position against China | US needs radical shifts and bipartisan cooperation to defend its position against China  Source: Defensenews.   US needs radical shifts and bipartisan cooperation to defend its position against China…

Cloud Computing and Customer Experience in the Public Sector | Keeping up with evolving technologies and expectations has created a constant pressure on the public sector because businesses run very large, complicated, systems with limited resources to update them more frequently. However, in the past year, that has changed. In 2020, we saw many governments respond almost overnight to Covid-19 challenges, rolling out digital services for contact tracing, quarantine management, unemployment claims, and much more.  Source: GovExec.   Cloud Computing and Customer Experience in the Public Sector…

Ideal time to make quantum computing more accesible: Sandip Patel | BENGALURU : IBM Corp. has been focussing on quantum computing for quite some time now, but the momentum in India is just beginning to gain steam. Quantum computers are meant to solve very specific, complex computational problems that are impossible to solve using classical supercomputers. In an interview, Sandip Patel, managing director, IBM India, talks about the company’s strategy on quantum computing, its potential in India, and how the pandemic has changed the trends in technology adoption among its clients. Edited excerpts:  Source: mint.   Ideal time to make quantum computing more accesible: Sandip Patel…