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A Microsoft general manager explains how people can start getting the skills they need for the quantum computing revolution today
Microsoft's Krysta Svore spoke at the Fortune Brainstorm Tech conference about Microsoft's plans to help people learn about quantum computing.
Quantum computing could change everything, and IBM is racing with Microsoft, Intel, and Google to conquer it. Here’s what you need to know.
Quantum computers are an extremely exciting technology, promising the raw computing power to crack previously-unsolvable problems.
Microsoft Quantum is teaming up with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington to promote the new kinds of computers.
IBM unveils the world’s first quantum computer that businesses can actually use to solve previously impossible problems
At CES 2019, IBM announced the world's first quantum computing system that businesses can use. Before, quantum computers could be found only in research labs.
Intel just challenged IBM and Google in a type of supercomputing that uses temperatures 250 times colder than deep space
On Tuesday, Intel delivered a 17-qubit test chip and threw itself into the race to build the world's most powerful quantum computer.
Bill Gates says even he doesn’t understand the math behind quantum computing, the next big thing in tech
Quantum computing is going to be huge. But it's also so complicated, even Bill Gates can't fully grasp how it works.
QUESS will use an advanced form of communication built on quantum computing. If someone tries to hack it, this method could change the message or cancel it.
We just got better at detecting this quantum phenomenon that Einstein thought was too ‘spooky’ to be real
Entanglement, a phenomenon in quantum physics, seems to the surpass the speed of light, violating the cosmic speed limit.
This is a new kind of computer that works differently than normal computers and has to be kept in a special refrigerator at outer-space temperatures.
"Normal computers work, either there's power going through a wire, or not. What quantum states allow for is much more complex information to be encoded ..."