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Quantum Weirdness Has Been Tested Beyond The Particle Scale For The First Time

Yes!<p>A small tweak on a definitive experiment in quantum physics has allowed scientists to observe for the first time exactly how molecules behave as …

Quantum Mechanics

[1707.08561v2] Quantum machine learning: a classical perspective

Quantum Physics<p>Title: Quantum machine learning: a classical perspective<p>Abstract: Recently, increased computational power and data availability, as …

Machine Learning

Time Crystals Could be the Key to the First Quantum Computer

It’s been proven that time crystals do in fact exist. Two different teams of researchers created some time crystals just recently, one of which was …

Quantum Mechanics

Measuring time in a quantum tunnel

In the quantum mechanical tunnelling effect, particles take a few attoseconds to overcome an energy barrier

Physics

What Does Space Look Like Under a Microscope?

Look at space under a microscope and what do you see? Nothing. Magnify 1,000 times. Nothing. Magnify 1,000,000 times. Still nothing. Magnify …

Physics

First Support for a Physics Theory of Life

Take chemistry, add energy, get life. The first tests of Jeremy England’s provocative origin-of-life hypothesis are in, and they appear to show how …

Physics

Viewpoint: Causality in the Quantum World

Author(s): Jacques PienaarA new model extends the definition of causality to quantum-mechanical systems.<br>[Physics 10, 86] Published Mon Jul 31, 2017

Quantum Mechanics

'Quantum' technology is the future, and it's already here — here's what that means for you

Batteries that last 10 years per charge. MRI scanners the size of smartphones. Medical sensors that diagnose disease with nothing more than a breath sample.<p>At Moscow’s fourth annual International Conference on Quantum Technologies , the world’s quantum physics community acknowledges this …

Quantum Mechanics

How Quantum Physics Is About to Revolutionize Biochemistry - MIT Technology Review

One of the strange consequences of quantum mechanics is the phenomenon of indistinguishability—that two quantum particles can be impossible to tell …

Quantum Mechanics

L'ordinateur quantique devient réalité après 25 ans de recherches

Les géants de l'informatique type IBM, Google et Microsoft multiplient les annonces. Google promet notamment pour cet automne une machine quantique …

Quantum Questions Inspire New Math

In order to fully understand the quantum world, we may have to develop a new realm of mathematics.<p>Mathematics might be more of an environmental …

Mathematics

6 Practical Examples Of How Quantum Computing Will Change Our World

There’s a reason Google, Microsoft, IBM and governments around the world continue to make significant investments in quantum computing—they are counting on it to change the world by solving problems that are intractable for today’s classical computers.<p>Quantum computers will disrupt every industry. …

‘Qudits’ Join the Strange Zoo of Quantum Computing

By now the sheer repetition of the term qubit has made it seem comprehensible and quantum computing not so strange. Brace yourself. Here comes the …

Quantum Mechanics

Atos Introduces World’s Highest-Performing Quantum Simulator

Written by AZoQuantum<p><b>Atos, an international leader in digital transformation, recently launched the world's first commercially available</b> …

Quantum Mechanics

D-Wave Just Open-Sourced Quantum Computing

Today’s Quantum Computers<p>Quantum computing sounds really complicated, and it is for pretty much everyone except maybe those developers trained in …

Quantum Mechanics

[1505.00774] Modelling Microtubules in the Brain as n-qudit Quantum Hopfield Network and Beyond

Quantitative Biology > Neurons and Cognition<p>Title: Modelling Microtubules in the Brain as n-qudit Quantum Hopfield Network and Beyond<p>Abstract: The …

Physicists May Have Discovered One of the Missing Pieces of Quantum Theory

An Alternative to Quantum Entanglement<p>The quantum world is full of phenomena scientists are still largely grappling with on a theoretical level. One …

Quantum Theory

A quarter century ago, the qubit was born

John Archibald Wheeler was fond of clever phrases.He made the term “black hole” famous in the 1960s. He also coined the now-familiar “wormhole” and …

Quantum Mechanics

Researchers Check Space-Time to See if It’s Made of Quantum Bits

The newly developed theory of emergent gravity, proposed as an alternative to dark matter, struggles in one of its first trials.<p>Does space-time …

Dark Matter

Fluid Tests Hint at Concrete Quantum Reality

Surprising oil drop experiments suggest that the quantum world may not be as strange as advertised.<p>For nearly a century, “reality” has been a murky …

Quantum Mechanics

Can This Quantum-Computing Genius Beat Out IBM and Google?

Few people can say they’ve brought about a quantum leap in their field. But if all goes well for Chad Rigetti, this summer he will join them, by …

Quantum Mechanics

Albert Einstein letters on science, politics and God could be yours

Several letters written by the iconic, Nobel Prize-winning physicist Albert Einstein will be auctioned off next week. Winner’s Auctions and …

Neural networks take on quantum entanglement

Machine learning, the field that’s driving a revolution in artificial intelligence, has cemented its role in modern technology. Its tools and …

Machine Learning

IBM Has An Unusual Strategy For Advancing Quantum Computing

We're entering a new technological epoch<p>In 1946, John Mauchly and J. Presper Eckert completed the development of the ENIAC, the world's first publicly announced digital computer. Yet it was still essentially a prototype. It wouldn't be till 1952, when the pair debuted the UNIVAC during the …

Time may be fuzzy. If so, the idea of causality may be in trouble

THE thing about <i>Gedankenexperimente</i>—or thought experiments, for those who find Albert Einstein’s native tongue too twisting—is that you never know …

Physics

Cybersecurity and cryptography in the post-quantum world | Bloomberg Government

<i>Bloomberg Government regularly publishes insights, opinions and best practices from our community of senior leaders and decision makers. This column</i> …

First Quantum-Secured Blockchain Technology Tested in Moscow

Interest in cryptocurrencies is currently at fever pitch with banks, businesses, and governments racing to understand the technology and how they can …

Increasing Entropy Could Signal When a Mysterious Quantum Flip Is About to Occur

Not everything is as it seems.<p>Scientists have shown for the first time that changes in entropy - the measure of disorder in a system - can accurately …