Posts tagged with: United States (U.S.)

3 Predictions For Divergent Quantum Tracks In 2023 

.There are several different modalities or approaches underway to make quantum computers easier to deploy at scale, such as superconducting, cold atom, cold trapped ion, crystals with nitrogen-vacancy centers and...

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....

Switzerland Enters Quantum Partnership With U.S. 

QIST has the potential to revolutionize many areas of science and technology through the creation of quantum computers that outperform traditional computers at certain tasks, quantum networks for transmitting and...

Australia’s First Sovereign Quantum-Safe Encryption Service Launched

AUCloud, a provider of sovereign Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), and Arqit Quantum, a provider in quantum-safe encryption, announced general availability to the Asia Pacific region of the first Quantum Safe Symmetric Key...

U.S. National Science Foundation Announces Increased Spending of Taxpayer Money for Quantum Information Science and Engineering Research

Building capacity, broadening participation, increasing access and expanding opportunities are central to fulfilling the mandate outlined in the "National Quantum Initiative Act," passed in 2018 under the Trump Administration, and...

Combining Bits, Neurons, and Qubits: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Forges New Center for Advanced Computational Paradigms

Rensselaer Institute for Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Computing (DAIC) is to become the primary academic center in the U.S. for advancing new computational paradigms, including those that are a hybrid...
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