Posts tagged with: NISQ

Algorithmic Warfare: U.S. DARPA Probing Quantum Computing Capabilities

The DARPA project — Optimization with Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum devices — aims to “demonstrate the quantitative advantage of quantum information processing by leapfrogging the performance of classical-only systems in solving...

Qubits: A Primer (Part 6 of 8)

The sixth part of an eight part-series by Mr. Russ Fein, founder of The Quantum Leap. In this work Russ provides a high-level overview of various types of qubits. ...

Study: Simulating Materials on Near-Term Quantum Computers

Study: Simulating Materials on Near-Term Quantum Computers Quantum simulations of materials on near-term quantum computers +  Abstract +  Quantum computers hold promise to enable efficient simulations of the properties of...

Study Results Improve Costs of Gate-Model Quantum Computation and Near-Term Quantum Devices

Study Results Improve Costs of Gate-Model Quantum Computation and Near-Term Quantum Devices Quantum State Optimization and Computational Pathway Evaluation for Gate-Model Quantum Computers Abstract +  A computational problem fed into...

From Near Term Quantum Processors to Modernizing C++ for Quantum-Classical Computing, Annual APS Meeting is Stacked

From Near Term Quantum Processors to Modernizing C++ for Quantum-Classical Computing, Annual APS Meeting is Stacked Quantum Bits: Q-Ctrl, D-Wave Start News Flow on Eve of APS March Meeting Points...

Quantum Computing’s Impact Is Closer Than One May Think

Quantum Computing’s Impact Is Closer Than One May Think Rather extensive article covering potential applications of quantum computing toward carbon emissions. Putting politics and climate science controversy aside, this piece...