NASA and Google have partnered to create a new quantum-computer-based artificial intelligence lab in California.
Microwave photons may hold the key to storing quantum computer memories, according to a new report.
One problem with quantum computers is that the data traffic is limited by the length of the optical cable or the straight lines of its wireless signal. However, researchers in China this week claim to have created a quantum computing router.
Researchers are working hard on resolving some problems plaguing quantum computing, in particular, the problem of having someone eavesdrop on the communication known as a side-channel attack.
A new quantum memory scheme can store information for more than a second, far longer than the previous methods.
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