We recently sat down with Stephanie to discuss Europe’s Quantum Internet Alliance, future use-values for a quantum internet and the challenging ethics of building a network that will enable un-hackable communications.
With all of the recent hype about quantum supremacy, it’s easy to forget that quantum supremacy in communications was demonstrated years ago. One of the most exciting developments on the horizon for quantum communications is a quantum internet, which will securely transmit quantum information.
Feature image: IBM's System One quantum computer, via The New [...]
Cracks have begun to show in one of quantum’s biggest [...]
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A Project Q recap of last week's exciting quantum news and what it all means.
Project Q has been awarded $US400,000 to complete research into [...]
Most people don't understand quantum mechanics, but did you know that not even the physicists who created the theory could figure out what it really means? And since then, little progress has been made. Project Q explores how the academic system that should be fostering that discovery may instead be hampering it.
Question: What do the new Indo-French agreement and the Kashmir crisis share in common? Hint: Aside from coming to a head at the same time, it has something to do with the potential to push India to progress in two international technological races...