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Chicago scientists are testing an unhackable quantum internet in their basement

Chicago scientists are testing an unhackable quantum internet in their basement

Quantum research at a University of Chicago lab could help prevent hacking and connect a future network of supercomputers October 9, 2022 at 6:00 a.m. EDT Laser heads, bottom, and laser controllers, top, at the Quantum Computing Laboratory at the University of Chicago’s Eckhardt Research Center. (Taylor Glascock for The Washington Post) CHICAGO — The …

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Quantum computing attacks are still years away, but “Hack Now Decrypt Later” presents an immediate cyber risk – CPO Magazine

Quantum computing attacks, which are feared to completely break modern encryption on the internet, are still about a decade away from being viable. However, they are widely seen as inevitable, which hasn’t stopped attackers from preparing well in advance. A new survey from Deloitte reveals that there is immediate and significant cyber risk from “harvest …

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Ally is testing the use of quantum computing to build investment portfolios

Ally is testing the use of quantum computing to build investment portfolios

Ally Financial has partnered with quantum computing researchers to develop a new algorithm to improve the tracking of financial indexes using quantum computing. The digital financial services company has worked with Multiverse Computing, a quantum computing solutions company, and global consulting firm Protiviti to develop a method that automatically optimizes investment portfolios with returns matching …

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AVANGRID Announces Winners of Inaugural Clean Energy Hackathon and Awards Quantum Computing Solution Scholarships

AVANGRID Announces Winners of Inaugural Clean Energy Hackathon and Awards Quantum Computing Solution Scholarships

ORANGE, Conn.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AVANGRID (NYSE: AGR), a leading sustainable energy company and part of the Iberdrola Group, yesterday held its sixth annual Innovation Forum, titled “Accelerating Transformation,” which showcased some of AVANGRID’s most innovative approaches to converting the grid to green energy. “We are at an unprecedented time in the history of our world,” said Pedro …

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Breaking down the quantum research that won three physicists the Nobel Prize

Breaking down the quantum research that won three physicists the Nobel Prize

Members of the Nobel Physics Committee announce the winners of the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics. From left to right on screen: Alain Aspect, John Clauser and Anton Zeilinger. Jonathan Nackstrand/AFP via Getty Images On Tuesday, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics to Alain Aspect, John Clauser and …

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VIPC Selects Quantum Computing Inc. as Partner for Risk-Based Flight Trajectories

VIPC Selects Quantum Computing Inc. as Partner for Risk-Based Flight Trajectories

Quantum Computing Inc. Applied Quantum Computing Demonstration Project for Solutions to Real-World Problems RICHMOND, Va. and LEESBURG, Va., Oct. 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Virginia Innovation Partnership Society (VIPC) today announced a partnership with Quantum Computing Inc. (QCI) (NASDAQ: QUBT), an emerging leader in accessible quantum computing based in Virginia, to determine optimal flight …

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iTWire - Google Celebrates 20 Years in Australia: Milestones, Research, Quantum Computing and More

iTWire – Google Celebrates 20 Years in Australia: Milestones, Research, Quantum Computing and More

Mel Silva, Managing Director of Google Australia, published a lengthy blog post celebrating the company’s journey, starting with one employee in 2002, to over 2,000 local Googlers in 2022, providing nearly 67 billion dollars of annual economic value to Australia, plus a range of other notable achievements and plenty of interesting research – read on! …

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Quantum entanglement enables a range of futuristic technologies.

The Nobel Prize in Physics is awarded to scientists who have paved the way for quantum computing

Three scientists who laid the groundwork for understanding the strange “entangled” behavior of quantum particles have been awarded the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physics. French physicist Alain Aspect, Austrian Anton Zeilinger and American John Clauser were honored for their experiments exploring the nature of entangled quantum particles. Defying the logic of our everyday reality, these …

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Q-CTRL launches Black Opal Enterprise to make businesses “quantum ready”

Q-CTRL launches Black Opal Enterprise to make businesses “quantum ready”

Early customers include a major quantum hardware vendor, Big Four consulting firms, a Fortune 500 company, and international government agencies As one of Black Opal Enterprise’s earliest customers, I find the depth of content and quality of execution of Q-CTRL’s edtech tool for quantum computing to be very impressive. — Ariel Braunstein, SVP Product and …

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Solving Smart City Problems with Quantum Computing

Solving Smart City Problems with Quantum Computing

The second edition of the SMU smart city societyCode for Cities Hackathon “Quantum Computing in Smart Cities” successfully closed on September 2, 2022, with the top three teams walking away with a total of S$4,500 in cash prizes. Organized in collaboration with IBM Singapore, the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and the National Quantum Computing …

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