Google’s Cirq: Built for Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum

Learning is a continuous process (Einstein). Google put together Cirq, a quantum computing programming language. Cirq is intended to permit programming noisy, mid-scale, quantum computers. Not a coincidence, but it will permit programming Goggle’s 72-qubit Bristlecone via QAaS. Further, “Cirq will allow us to: Fine tune control over Quantum circuits, specify gate behavior using native gates, place gates appropriately on the device & schedule the timing of these gates.” To help make sense of Cirq and quantum, the below link will take you to a layperson’s piece.