Quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize computing, outclassing even today’s fastest supercomputers. However, quantum computing is still on its way to being fully developed. In this development process, different types of quantum hardware are being researched to determine which is the best.

Quantum hardware can be assessed on 3…


Conceived in the late 1900s and has gradually been developed throughout the recent years, quantum computing remains a novel technology to many of us. Alongside the advancement of quantum computers, the quantum industry is also growing fast. The quick expansion of this new playground also means there exist many areas…


While working with Dr. Nguyen from boltz.ai, one of the first groups in the world using quantum computing to help increase the crop yields of farmers, I got to know a roadmap of how Dr. Nguyen and his team plan on applying quantum computing to agriculture in the coming years.


Just recently, boltz.ai published a graphic outlining their use case for quantum computers in agriculture on their website. In it, Dr. Quang Nguyen and his team outline the problem: different crops require different resources and nutrients in order to maximise their crop yields. Their solution? …


The current machine learning utilizes software in order to process and store information. The energy usage of this process is extremely inefficient, however, leading to questions of how this process could be sped up.

Recently, researchers physicists at Radboud University were able to speed up this process through the usage…


The quantum computing world continues to display its advantages as quantum computers are applied to more and more areas. Just recently, researchers were able to apply quantum computing to a real world logistics optimization problem which required assigning aircraft to certain routes. …


As the quantum world continues to expand and advance, it seems that more and more people are catching onto quantum computing. Just this fall, IBM had released their quantum roadmap for the next couple of years, with plans of having 1,121 qubits by the year of 2023. However, it is…


Accepted into the Qubit x Qubit quantum computing course and two weeks into the lectures, we learned about quantum computing in the abstract, and how quantum gates affect qubits. …


Ok — here goes! In this blog post, I will be explaining a part of chapter 9 of Quantum Computing as a High School Module, the Deutsch Jozsa Algorithm.

Quantum algorithms require the usage of quantum gates, so it is natural to move to simple quantum algorithms after learning about…


I used the Cirq programming language to program entanglement after understanding chapter 7, “Entanglement” of Quantum Computing as a High School Module.

After working a little with single qubit gates, I moved on to multiple qubits gates, mainly the CNOT Gate, which I learned from the course, entangles two qubits…

Richard Wang

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