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Researchers can use qsim to explore quantum algorithms

Researchers can use qsim to explore quantum algorithms

Researchers can use qsim to explore quantum algorithms Researchers can use qsim to explore quantum algorithms "A year ago, Google’s Quantum AI team achieved a beyond-classical computation by using a quantum computer to outperform the world’s fa …

Quantum algorithms: an overview

Quantum algorithms: an overview

Quantum algorithms: an overview Quantum algorithms: an overview "Quantum computers are designed to outperform standard computers by running quantum algorithms. Areas in which quantum algorithms can be applied include cryptography, search and op …

My experience with TensorFlow Quantum

My experience with TensorFlow Quantum

My experience with TensorFlow Quantum My experience with TensorFlow Quantum "Quantum mechanics was once a very controversial theory. Early detractors such as Albert Einstein famously said of quantum mechanics that “God does not play dice” (refe …

A generative modeling approach for benchmarking and training shallow quantum circuits

A generative modeling approach for benchmarking and training shallow quantum circuits

A generative modeling approach for benchmarking and training shallow quantum circuits A generative modeling approach for benchmarking and training shallow quantum circuits Hybrid quantum-classical algorithms provide ways to use noisy intermedia …

Do you want to become a quantum developer and help solve the unsolvable? – Microsoft Quantum

Do you want to become a quantum developer and help solve the unsolvable? – Microsoft Quantum

Do you want to become a quantum developer and help solve the unsolvable? - Microsoft Quantum Do you want to become a quantum developer and help solve the unsolvable? - Microsoft Quantum At Microsoft Build, we’re introducing new experiences for …

Build your own Q# simulator – Part 1: A simple reversible simulator | Q# Blog

Build your own Q# simulator – Part 1: A simple reversible simulator | Q# Blog

Build your own Q# simulator – Part 1: A simple reversible simulator | Q# Blog Build your own Q# simulator – Part 1: A simple reversible simulator | Q# Blog Simulators are a particularly versatile feature of the QDK. This post is the first in a …

Quantum Computing Topics

Quantum Computing Topics

Quantum Computing Topics Quantum Computing Topics It’s hard to predict the technical topics that will resonate. Learn how to discover what’s mind-blowing or meh for quantum computing topics. Source: blog.contentlab.io/quantum-computing-topics/ …

Announcing TensorFlow Quantum: An Open Source Library for Quantum Machine Learning

Announcing TensorFlow Quantum: An Open Source Library for Quantum Machine Learning

Announcing TensorFlow Quantum: An Open Source Library for Quantum Machine Learning Announcing TensorFlow Quantum: An Open Source Library for Quantum Machine Learning Posted by Alan Ho, Product Lead and Masoud Mohseni, Technical Lead, Google Res …

Google is making it easier to develop quantum machine-learning apps

Google is making it easier to develop quantum machine-learning apps

Google is making it easier to develop quantum machine-learning apps Google is making it easier to develop quantum machine-learning apps The news: Google is releasing free open-source software that will make it easier to build quantum machine-le …

Amazon Braket – Get Started with Quantum Computing | Amazon Web Services

Amazon Braket – Get Started with Quantum Computing | Amazon Web Services

Amazon Braket – Get Started with Quantum Computing | Amazon Web Services Amazon Braket – Get Started with Quantum Computing | Amazon Web Services Nearly a decade ago I wrote about the Quantum Compute Cloud on April Fool’s Day. The future has ar …

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