The Weekly Quantum Digest: Reality? What Reality?

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Measuring mechanical motion for quantum computing and, that objective reality you were talking about? Yeah, it doesn’t exist. Plus more stories…

Spotlight Story: A Technique To Measure Mechanical Motion Beyond The Quantum Limit

“The conversion of signals between these two disparate frequency bands is important for networking future quantum computers, or to build the equivalent of the quantum internet.”Phys.Org


Objective Reality Doesn’t Exist, Quantum Experiment Shows — Space 

Quantum computing: New tool makes sure the qubits don’t lie — ZD Net

Quantum Tricks On Demand — Eurekalert

Quantum Light Improves Sensitivity Of Biological Measurements — Phys.Org

A.I.’s Are Being Taught Quantum Mechanics To Help Speed-Up Chemistry — Inverse

Diamond-Based Qubits Set New Coherence Record — Inside Science


Race Is On To Build Quantum-Proof Encryption — Financial Times

D-Wave Sticks With Its Approach To Quantum Computing — Tech Crunch

How Quantum Computing Will Challenge Security — Tech Radar

The Fields Institute Announces Its Latest Startup Incubator Cohort — The Varsity 


Information Overload: The Promise And Risk Of Quantum Computing — The Bulletin 

Quantum Computing: Challenges, Trends And The Road Ahead — CMS Wire 


Postdoctoral Research Associate in Mechanical motion for quantum computing — Brookhaven National Laboratory

Research Scientist: Quantum Computation — IBM

Matt Swayne

Matt Swayne

Matt Swayne is a contributor at The Quantum Insider. He focuses on breaking news about quantum discoveries and quantum computing.

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