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The non-Abelian anions are quasi-particles with fascinating statistical and topological properties. Until recently, these particles were only theoretical, but now a research group from Harvard University has created them for the first time in the laboratory. The discovery is made
IBM Quantum Heron introduces IBM's highest quantum computing performance ever, with 133 qubits and an architecture that improves error reduction by five times compared to its predecessor - Eagle
As part of the collaboration, IBM will provide modern scientists with access to quantum computing systems, and they will learn how quantum computing technologies can be applied to problems that were previously intractable for classical computers.
The IBM Quantum System One computer is part of a ten-year research collaboration between the companies. Among the first research projects - research to find existing drugs for Alzheimer's patients and other diseases, which is leading
Researchers have built an electrical circuit that can retain quantum information over time, which may improve the performance of future quantum computing
Tabor Electronics is about to finish these days the development of a first server of its kind in the quantum world. Tabor products were used by IBM to build the largest quantum computers to date. The computer will reach milli degrees Clovetin
Researchers developed an algorithm that showed a basic quantum phenomenon: the immediate effect of one variable on other variables
The company also announced at the "Quantum Summit" a new quantum software - Qiskit Runtime - which handles error correction and mitigating background noise, which hinders the quantum processors from operating and providing reliable results
The quantum systems are in the stage of "small and noisy computers." Until we create noise-free quantum systems, a lot of work is being done combining classical systems with an emphasis on algorithms that will allow quantum calculations to be performed in existing systems
For the first time in the world, a quantum computing center is being established that includes three different quantum technologies with a common control layer * Project budget - NIS 100 million for three years
According to Aviv Zaevi, Vice President of Technological Infrastructure at the Innovation Authority, in the field of quantum computing (not including quantum communication and encryption) there are currently about thirty companies operating that will be able to expose and influence standardization * The Innovation Authority also intends
The international company has been using Classic's platform for several months in order to build unique quantum algorithms for assessing credit risks
The researchers succeeded in creating an extremely tiny device that produces and emits single photons and on which the information can be transmitted in a quantum bit. Every touch, or even making a measurement inevitably changes the information encoded on the photon
"Researchers can accelerate their quantum computing work using our cuQuantum SDK on popular services or a new device based on the NVIDIA DGX system." says Hansen Huang, CEO of Nvidia"
How can the lifetime of a qubit - the quantum memory unit - be extended?
This is what Nir Minrabi, CEO of Classiq, says in an interview with the Hidan website. This requires a certain set of tools that includes linear algebra and an understanding of quantum theory. The company is developing a software language for quantum computers that will allow
The reasons: making these areas strategic and the fear of brain drain. About 20 joint quantum projects with the European Union are operating in Israel. The scientific community fears damage to European science. Officials in Israel did not respond to a website request
The research group of Prof. Hagi Isenberg in collaboration with a French research institute and the doctoral students Daniel Istrata and Yehuda Pilniak from the Hebrew University, published in the journal Nature Communications, produced a new study that foreshadows a quantum system
Technion researchers have developed a smart light source based on a single atomic layer of material. The achievement will enable the development of new quantum applications in the field of computing and in other fields
The field of quantum computing is currently based on relatively small devices, and a computational capacity that suffers from noise disruptions and disturbances. A 1,000-qubit system would be a significant milestone that could clearly demonstrate the benefits of
Says Itamar Sion, CEO of Quantum Machines, which develops programming languages ​​and compilers that allow classical chips to run algorithms on quantum computers. Sion spoke at the ChipEX2020 Digital conference that took place on September 16
Hagai Isenberg, chief scientist at QuantLR and professor at the Rakeh Institute of Physics at the Hebrew University, shared with the viewers at the ChipEX2020 Digital conference the challenges facing the development of quantum encryption of optical fibers, which will not be hacked either
Israeli research led by Dr. Yaron Bromberg from the Institute of Physics at the Hebrew University succeeded for the first time in transmitting single and interwoven light particles in a focused manner through a diffusing medium * The experiment is another significant step towards development
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