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Hi all We have recently published this quant interview book. We thought that Quantum would be a great place to …
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I posted a more detailed description of the problem here: https://quantumcomputing.stackexchange.com/questions/13731/canoneuseaquantumcircuitasapathfindingalgorithm But the gist of it is: if quantum computing …
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Hey folks! I started a podcast about fascination stuff, and quantum computing is one of the themes. John Martinis is …
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Scott Aaronson is one of the well known quantum computer scientists also known by his very popular blog “ShtetlOptimized” and …
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I am currently a student conducting an EPQ (Extended Project Qualification) which aims to expand project planning and research skills. …
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Hi! I am really new to quantum computing, but it is a topic that really excites me! I have some …
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I have a circuit with different structures, now I’m trying to calculate the fidelity between those with the original one. …
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I am interested in the idea of building a quantum network that allows for the transmission of data at superluminal …
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https://www.roche.com/quantumcomputing.htm They are not constrained to stepwise calculations but, rather, can compute a vast number of possible solutions simultaneously—and at …
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