Posts tagged with: China

Assessing the Optimal Location for Parking Lots Is Not So Easy

The Facility Location Problem, or FLP, is a long-standing challenge within operations research—the application of scientific methods to decision-making and problem-solving by managers in large commercial, public or military organizations....

No, RSA Encryption Isn’t Obsolete So Let’s Pump the Brakes on the Quantum Panic 

Let’s pump the brakes on the quantum panic. Yes, these research findings are potentially a big deal for national security purposes....

Arthur Herman: It’s All Part of a Strategy of Slowing China’s Advances in the High-Tech Sector

The United States may be poised to open a new front in its effort to block China’s access to our high-tech base, namely quantum computing....

Arthur Herman: The Quantum Space Race Is Here

[I]t was China that launched the first quantum satellite in 2016, dubbed Micius, and a year later used it to establish how to achieve long-distance QKD communication... So where is...

China’s Quantum Computing Research Faces New Challenges 

[N]ew wave of rules bans companies from selling advanced computer chips used in AI or supercomputing produced using U.S. technology or machinery to China....

Trough of Disillusionment as Practical Quantum Applications Remain Far From Reality

Baidu is the latest entrant in the quantum computing race, which has been ongoing for years among both big tech and startups....