# Tag Archives: Quantum Computing

## Limits of the Efficiently Computable

Two interesting and related talks, one on the physical limitations of computational power and the other on cryptography and computational puzzles presented to us by Nature herself. Quantum Computing and the Limits of the Efficiently Computable Breaking Codes and Finding Patterns Quantum Computing and the Limits of the Efficiently Computable Talk by Scott Aaronson, 2011 […]

## Quantum Technology & National Security

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Quantum Technology & National Security Have We Missed Half of What the Neocortex Does? Allocentric Location as the Basis of Perception Quantum computing – Schrodinger’s cats can calculate faster How We Learn to Interpret Speech New dataset to help AI with video understanding Quantum […]

## What Is the Computational Power of the Universe?

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. What Is the Computational Power of the Universe? Los Alamos works on a biologically realistic computer network Future Decoded Quantum Computing Race for quantum supremacy hits theoretical quagmire What Is the Computational Power of the Universe? Video by National Institute of Standards and Technology […]

## Quantum Computing and the Entanglement Frontier

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Six of the Coolest Surgical Robots in Action Quantum Computing and the Entanglement Frontier Quantum Information and Spacetime Holographic Quantum Codes Pinpointing qubits in a silicon quantum computer Six of the Coolest Surgical Robots in Action IEEE SpectrumWould You Trust a Robot Surgeon to […]

## IBM’s five-qubit universal quantum computer

Following are videos introducing IBM’s quantum computer and an article from Ars Technica that explains how it works. A Tour of the IBM Quantum Lab Jerry Chow, an experimental quantum computing scientist at IBM, introduces viewers to the Quantum Lab at the IBM T.J. Watson Research Center in New York. It is home to a […]

## Euler’s Exponentials

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Euler’s Exponentials Quantum Computation possible with Majorana Fermions 1979 Bell Labs project for the deaf to communicate over telephone lines using American Sign Language How Did We Get Here? – Dangly Bits Carbon Waste will be Worth More Than the Fuel “BioBot” Roaches Space […]

## Beautiful 3-D Brain Scans Show Every Synapse

These are the latest articles and videos I found most interesting. Beautiful 3-D Brain Scans Show Every Synapse Sam Harris Neuroscience vs Afterlife Rabbit Island – Nature’s Weirdest Events Rivers of meltwater on Greenland’s ice sheet contribute to rising sea levels Faster, Higher, Stronger Alex McDowell on Building New Worlds Approaching Titan a Billion Times […]

## Quantum Technologies

My picks from previous week. Quantum Technologies A Colorful Lunar Eclipse Stunning Timelapse of the Earth From Space The Mysterious Holes in the Atmosphere on Venus Soft Robotic Exosuit Re-engineering Sight Exoplanet Q & Alien GeForce GTX 980 & 970 Product Video The Radiology Detective: Utilizing Clues Within High-Tech Imaging Exams to Solve Medical Mysteries […]

## It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens

These are the articles and videos from the previous week I found most interesting. It’s Complicated: The Social Lives of Networked Teens Climbing China’s Incredible Cliffs Using Neurobridge Biologically inspired models of intelligence How to speak so that people want to listen Quantum Computing 101 Richard Feynman and the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster It’s Complicated: […]

## LIQUi|>: A Software Design Architecture and Domain-Specific Language for Quantum Computing

Pronounced as ‘liquid’. This is a talk by Dave Wecker from Microsoft Research explaining latest in quantum research and Microsoft’s accomplishments to date. Following are the links: Video Paper Links Languages, compilers, and computer-aided design tools will be essential for scalable quantum computing, which promises an exponential leap in our ability to execute complex tasks. […]