Posts tagged with: Noisy Intermediate Scale Quantum (NISQ)

U.S. DARPA Funds Awarded to Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago in Effort to Boost U.S. Quantum Computing Leadership

U.S. DARPA Funds Awarded to Argonne National Laboratory and University of Chicago in Effort to Boost U.S. Quantum Computing Leadership Argonne receives two awards from DARPA for quantum information science...

DARPA Award to Accelerate Scalable Cold Atom Quantum Computing

DARPA Award to Accelerate Scalable Cold Atom Quantum Computing ColdQuanta Awarded Contract of up to $7.4M from DARPA to Accelerate Development of Scalable Cold Atom Quantum Computer ColdQuanta, the quantum...

First-Ever Natural Language Processing Executed on Quantum Computer

First-Ever Natural Language Processing Executed on Quantum Computer Cambridge Quantum Computing Performs the World’s First Quantum Natural Language Processing Experiment CAMBRIDGE, UK, April 7, 2020 –Cambridge Quantum Computing (“CQC”) announces...

AVaQus to Build Quantum Annealer With Tunable, High-Connectivity, Long Coherence Time Qubits

AVaQus to Build Quantum Annealer With Tunable, High-Connectivity, Long Coherence Time Qubits IFAE coordinates the project AVaQus to develop new quantum computing technologies Full press release… The AVaQus project, coordinated...

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...