India’s strive towards quantum computing must carve out a better place for itself when it comes to futuristic technologies.
In recent news, India has announced its partnership with Finland to work towards quantum computing. The digital partnership between the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER) at Pune and Finland’s Aalto University has created a high probability of getting its first quantum computer.
Recently, developers from ETH Zurich, Switzerland introduced the first-ever high-level programming language for quantum computers, known as Silq. The language addresses various challenges of quantum languages, such as unintuitive and cluttered code by supporting safe and automatic uncomputation. In order to gain an advantage over traditional algorithms, researchers have been working on quantum computers and…
Researchers have developed an algorithm to reduce noise, which is one of the major obstacles while building large-scale quantum computers.
At Ignite 2020, Microsoft announced a flurry of updates targeting their Azure cloud services. These include healthcare, edge and more.
Chinese researchers suggest having achieved quantum supremacy with the capability of performing calculations 100 trillion times faster.
In this article, we have listed these critical announcements made at the Intel Labs Day 2020, themed around the next decade in computing