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QuantumCasts and News of the week | Quantum Computing Weekly #14

QuantumCasts and News of the week | Quantum Computing Weekly #14
By Jesper Thomschutz • Issue #14 • View online
👋 Hi folks!
This week we’ve got the latest news in the world of quantum computing, as well as brand new video of Google QuantumCasts to show you.
Looking for a particular area of quantum computing you’d like to see covered in the next issue? Ping me and let me know!

I was super excited when Google announced QuantumCasts, but was a bit let down when I kept revisiting the channel and never saw any new videos. Luckily Google has just released a brand new video in the series, and this one takes a look at the implementation differences between traditional bits and qubits. I like these videos because they talk about the real hardware and what happens behind the scenes.
Building a quantum computer with superconducting qubits (QuantumCasts)
Building a quantum computer with superconducting qubits (QuantumCasts)
Life on the edge in the quantum world: Taking shortcuts to adiabaticity and driving at the quantum speed limit
IBM's quantum computer is trying its hand at video game design
Life on the edge in the quantum world
QuSoft, Bosch Partner to Develop 'Industrially Relevant Quantum Algorithms'
Intel’s CTO on Computers That Think Like Us
Quantum strangeness gives rise to new electronics
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Jesper Thomschutz

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