US puts Chinese quantum companies on blacklist
Only the US can have this tech
The US has placed a dozen Chinese groups involved in quantum computing and other advanced technologies on an export blacklist, saying they pose a risk of gaining access to critical American technologies for the People's Liberation Army rather than the US Army getting them.
Amazon wants to build a quantum computer
Just need a few more cats
Amazon is officially entering the race to develop a quantum computer, joining US and Chinese rivals in the quest to harness the ability of cats to be both dead and alive.
Google will have a quantum computer by 2029
Ready for the market dead or alive
Google developers are confident they can build a commercial-grade quantum computer by 2029.
Quantum computing only five years away
Security experts fear Quantum Apocalypse
Quantum computing could be brought to bear on some of the most complex calculations in financial markets within five years, according to research jointly conducted by Goldman Sachs.
Quantum computing simulates materials superfast
Quantum kittens three million times faster
Scientists from quantum computing company D-Wave have demonstrated that, using a method called quantum annealing, they could simulate some materials up to three million times faster than it would take with corresponding classical methods.
Boffins can protect quantum systems from noise
Quantum Cats can be so sensitive
University of Cambridge researchers have found a way to protect highly fragile quantum systems from noise.
IBM releases quantum plans
1000 qubits by 2023
IBM has announced its quantum “road map” which includes plans to built a 1000 qubit model by 2023.
Quantum entanglement comes with risks, warns cryptography expert
Reality gets entangled by uncertain quantum kittens
While boffins are cheering having made a major breakthrough in understanding and harnessing the principle of quantum entanglement, this does not come without risks a quantum cryptography expert has warned.
Google’s top quantum computing brain may or may not have quit
We will know when someone opens his office door
John Martinis, who had established Google’s quantum hardware group in 2014, has cleaned out his office, put the cats out and left the building.
Google's quantum computer claims neither dead nor alive
IBM disputes Google claims
IBM is disputing the much-vaunted claim that Google has hit a new milestone with its quantum computing.