Quantum Computers

Quantum programming is the process of assembling sequences of instructions, called quantum circuits, that are capable of running on a quantum computer.

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Quantum computers may work better when they ignore causality

Multiple nations enact mysterious export controls on quantum computers

Time Crystals Could Unlock a Radical New Future For Quantum Computers

Flaws in a crystal lattice make stable qubits for quantum computers

Breakthrough may clear major hurdle for quantum computers

Breakthrough may clear major hurdle for quantum computers - EurekAlert

Time crystals may make quantum computers more reliable

Quantum Chill: Developing Japan’s First “Cold (Neutral) Atom” Quantum Computers

New technique could help build quantum computers of the future

New technique could help build quantum computers of the future - EurekAlert

Quantum computers could soon speed the development of novel materials, catalysts, and drugs

World’s purest silicon chip could make quantum computers error-free

New crystal production method could enhance quantum computers and electronics

Novel hybrid scheme speeds the way to simulating nuclear reactions on quantum computers - EurekAlert

Developed compiler acceleration technology for quantum computers - EurekAlert

How Schrödinger's cat could make quantum computers work better

Quantum Computers Can Run Powerful AI That Works like the Brain

Verifying the work of quantum computers

D-Wave says its quantum computers can solve otherwise impossible tasks

Google launches $5m prize to find actual uses for quantum computers