Posts tagged with: hype

On the Defense: Aussie Quantum Star Simmons Defends ‘Breakthrough’ Despite Rivals’ Doubts

Based on the SQC's announcement, the news was widely hailed as a breakthrough putting Australia at the forefront of quantum computing. However, several experts expressed criticism of this to...

Transforming Quantum Computing Hype Into Reality

In the life sciences, quantum computing has the promise of transforming R&D processes and advancing drug discovery. Yet, despite recent headlines, widespread understanding of quantum computing in the life sciences...

Not Hype But More About Hype: Sankar Das Sarma is ‘Disturbed by Some of the Quantum Computing Hype I See These Days’

Prominent University of Maryland quantum researcher Sankar Das Sarma says that everybody needs to take a deep, deep breath....

Keeping It Real: Quantum Computing Has a Hype Problem

A decade and more ago, I [Sankar Das Sarma, author] was often asked when I thought a real quantum computer would be built...(It is interesting that I no longer face...

A Dose of Reality? Quantum Profits Unlikely to “Pop” Through 2027

We found this analysis from The Register to be simple, short, and to-the-point.  It's in parallel with what we are beginning to see. From comments left by readers, one strikes...

How Much Longer? Threat of Quantum Computing Still 5-10 Years Out

Fact check: Quantum computing may transform cybersecurity eventually – but not yet Then Intel Corp. CEO Brian Krzanich delivers a keynote address at CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Quantum...