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  • The Quantum Algorithms Institute, hosted at Simon Fraser University's Surrey campus, will benefit from $2,210,000 million in federal funding from Western Economic Diversification Canada to help it accelerate the innovation and commercialization of quantum technologies. / Simon Fraser University
  • To help business and society reap the benefits of quantum computing, we have put a road map in place to build 1,000-plus qubit computer by 2023. / Over 50 Finance
  • China will need to leverage emerging technologies, such as quantum computing and artificial intelligence, that increase China's lethality in offensive cyberwarfare operations and better secures critical Chinese systems and sensitive data. / Asia Times
  • IBM's latest experiment only applies to a specific type of classification problems in machine learning, and does not mean that all learning problems will benefit from the use of quantum kernels. / ZDNet
  • The quantum computer housed at Ehingen has a computing power of 27 qubits, but IBM plans to develop a quantum computer over the next two years with a computing power of 1,000 qubits. / www.dwih-tokyo.org
  • The heavy-hex lattice represents the fourth iteration of the topology for IBM Quantum systems and the Eagle quantum processor that we are debuting later in 2021 will have heavy hex lattice layout. / HPCwire
  • Rigetti expects to make an 80-qubit system - the world's highest qubit count - available on its Quantum Cloud Services platform later in 2021, using the new breakthrough multi-chip technology. / Future Timeline
  • Specific challenges for quantum computing Experts from the BMW Group have identified over 50 challenges at various stages of the value chain where quantum computing could provide a potential benefit in the future. / BMW Group
  • While quantum technologies are still maturing, companies are already preparing, with spending on quantum computing projected to surge from $260 million in 2020 to $9.1 billion by 2030. / VentureBeat
  • Even then, IBM's quantum computer will not be bringing any significant business value for users: quantum technologies are not expected to start showing any real-world usefulness until they are capable of supporting at least 1,000 qubits. / ZDNet
  • The U.S., U.K., Japan, Canada, Italy, Belgium and Austria will collaborate on a on a satellite-based quantum technology encryption network based on assets being developed by British startup Arqit. / WRAL Techwire
  • Rigetti Computing plans to build a quantum computer with 80 qubits powered by its multi-chip quantum processor later in 2021 and make it available to customers on its Quantum Cloud Services platform. / TechRadar pro
  • In the next decade, we will likely see the emergence of small quantum computers containing tens of error-corrected, also known as logical, qubits, or several hundred non-er - ror-corrected qubits. / BelterCenter
  • The U.S.' investments in research and technological development will benefit from continued engagement and openness with other nations in cooperative efforts to advance quantum computing. / Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs
  • Still others are most worried that Chinese investments in AI and quantum computing could allow it to leapfrog the United States in the long-term military-technical competition, thereby establishing itself as the world's foremost military power. / War on the Rocks
  • In the future, quantum computers could be used in a wide variety of applications including helping to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, developing artificial limbs and designing more efficient pharmaceuticals. / Laboratory News
  • By accelerating the discovery of solutions to big global challenges, quantum computing could unleash positive disruptions significantly more abrupt than technology waves of the past decades. / IBM
  • IonQ recently released a product roadmap setting out its plans to develop modular quantum computers small enough to be networked together in 2023, which could pave the way for broad quantum advantage by 2025. / HPCwire
  • One other aspect of IBM's Accelerated Discovery that will make a significant impact on speeding up the discovery process, will be quantum computing. / Forbes
  • Big Blue recently published a quantum hardware roadmap in which it pledged to achieve over 1,000 qubits by 2023 - enough to start seeing the early results of quantum computing. / ZDNet
  • Germany's computer, located near Stuttgart, is being built by U.S. tech company IBM and will be managed by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Europe's leading organization for applied research. / Politico

Last updated: 01 August 2021


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