Posts tagged with: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Physicists Reveal Secrets of Thinnest Superconductor; Could Transform Quantum Computing

Physicists from across three continents report the first experimental evidence to explain the unusual electronic behavior behind the world’s thinnest superconductor, a material with myriad applications because it conducts electricity...

Josephson Junctions, Superconducting Switches, Magical Materials all From Graphene

MIT Researchers Stumble Upon A Magic Material For Quantum Computers Read More… +  A group of MIT researchers involving: Pablo Jarillo-Herrero, Cecil and Ida Green, Professor of Physics at MIT,...

Goldman Sachs and QC Ware Pushing ‘Good Enough’ Quantum Computing to Quadratic Heights

Good piece from Penny Crossman. She describes how Goldman Sachs and QC Ware are squeezing out every possible angle to take the lead in quantum FinTech. Recommend reading from the...

Quantum Cash? Yes, and We’re Not Talking About Cryptocurrency

At first we thought this might be a bit of hype. Turns out the concept goes back more than 50 years. Worth the read from the source. Link is below....

Robot’s Learning Time Significantly Sped-Up Thanks to Quantum Computing

Robots Learn Faster with Quantum Technology Read More… +  “We have shown, for the first time, a learning task — or more precisely a reinforcement learning technique — that exploits...

Does the Speed of Light Change With Age? Does an Electron’s Charge Change With Age? Quantum May Provide Insight

New, More Precise Atomic Clock Could Help Detect Dark Matter and Study Gravity’s Effect on Time The design, which uses entangled atoms, could help scientists detect dark matter and study...