The Weekly Quantum Digest: Tuning the Quantum-Classical Orchestra

Improving the quantum-classical computing connection, just one story in this week’s digest. (Credit: geralt – Pixabay)

Quantum Machines orchestrates the quantum revolution, building an off-the-shelf quantum computer and much more in this week’s digest of quantum news.

Spotlight Story:
“The classical layers of the quantum computer are the real unmet need. They are the bottleneck,” Quantum Machines co-founder Itamar Sivan told me. “We were really looking into what is holding the industry back. What are the things that we can do today to drive this industry forward, but that will also enable faster progress in the future. Since most of the focus in the last years has been devoted to quantum processors, it was only natural that you know we take on this challenge.” — Tech Crunch


Building a Quantum Computer From Off-the-Shelf Parts — IEEE Spectrum

Viewpoint: Quantum Computer Crosscheck — Physics

Photons Pop In and Out of Existence to Transfer Heat  — Massive Science

Has Dark Energy Been Debunked? Probably Not. —

Macroscopic Spatial Superposition — Science X

Nanoscale Directional Antenna Technology for Optimized Transfer of Data — AZO Nano


CES 2020: IBM Grows Q Network Collaborators and Launches New Quantum Computer — Computer Weekly

Quantum Computing Remains a Challenge for Tech Firms — Wall Street Journal

Alibaba’s Tech Visionary: Quantum Computing Entering a ‘Critical Period’ — The Quantum Daily

8 Quantum Computing Courses To Kickstart Your Career — The Quantum Daily

Wall Street Banks Ramp Up Research Into Quantum Finance  — FT


Will Google’s Quantum Supremacy Break Bitcoin in 2020? — Coin Telegraph


Quantum and Classical Computer Science Theorist — Booz Allen Hamilton

Postdoctoral Researcher – Quantum Characterization and Control — Johns Hopkins

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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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