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What Google's Quantum Supremacy Claim Means for Quantum Computing

What Google's Quantum Supremacy Claim Means for Quantum Computing

An early leak of a research paper detailing Google’s quantum supremacy experiment indicates that the company’s quantum computing device, named Sycamore, has exceeded the performance of classical computers.

Read more at IEEE Spectrum

Feature Article

Satellite-Based Continuous-Variable Quantum Communications: State-of-the-Art and a Predictive Outlook

Satellite-Based Continuous-Variable Quantum Communications: State-of-the-Art and a Predictive Outlook

In this paper, the authors examine space-based quantum communication to the continuous-variable regime. Closely related to classical wireless communications, this regime offers the potential for increased communication performance and represents the next major step forward for quantum communications and the development of the global quantum Internet.

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Technology Spotlight

Tech Pioneers Weigh in on the Vast Potential of Quantum Computing

Tech Pioneers Weigh in on the Vast Potential of Quantum Computing

At Brainstorm Tech 2019 in Aspen, Colorado, Krysta Svore, general manager of quantum software at Microsoft, and Andrew Fursman, co-founder & CEO of 1QBit, discuss how workable quantum computing could, in theory, help solve some of humanity’s most pressing problems. Krysta Svore is a keynote speaker at the 2019 IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing (ICRC).

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