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An in-depth look at Microsoft's quantum control chip - Gooseberry - and cryo-compute core that can be used to control thousands of qubits, paving way for practical large-scale quantum computers.
At Intel Labs Day 2020, Intel showed two robots running on its neuromorphic Loihi chip. Mercedes-Benz, Lenovo, and others have joined the INRC. A next-gen neuromorphic chip is also in the pipeline.
Using the same 54-qubit quantum computer used to show quantum supremacy, researchers ran the Hartree-Fock approximation—twice as large as previous experiments with ten times as many quantum gate ops.
Amazon Braket is now generally available. It supports local simulation of quantum algorithms on EC2 instances and provides access to real quantum computing hardware from D-Wave, IonQ, and Rigetti.
A team of researchers at Microsoft Quantum showed that a quartic speed up for unstructured problems with quantum algorithms is the limit and also proved an age-old conjecture about a graph property.
CERN has contributed 10,000 computer cores from its main data center to the Folding@home project becoming the 87th biggest contributor. The project now has almost 2.5 exaFLOPS of computing power.
Boasting a quantum volume of 64 — twice more than leading alternatives like IBM Q's System One — Honeywell claims that it has created the world's most powerful quantum computer by leveraging QCCD.
Employing the principles of quantum computing while running on a PC built with off-the-shelf components, Toshiba's Simulated Bifurcation Algorithm churns through market data in microseconds.
With a 72-qubit quantum computer, researchers at Google have claimed that they have solved a problem that can only be solved by quantum computers in only three minutes and 20 seconds.