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Quantum Computing in Call of Duty: Black Ops II

In 1994, Peter Shor developed an algorithm demonstrating that quantum computers are capable of RSA cryptanalysis. This led the National Security Agency and the Department of Defense to initiate a massive funding program, directed towards quantum computing research and development, that continues to this day.  447 more words

Quantum Technologies

Artificial Intelligence, The Brain as Quantum Computer - Talk about Disruptive

The AI side of the equation

I started my career studying Artificial Intelligence at MIT.  Back then the researchers thought that we would have computers that were smarter than humans in short order.   7,910 more words

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New chip architecture may provide foundation for quantum computer

Georgia Tech Research Institute (GTRI) scientists work in an optical lab developing improved ion traps that could be used in quantum computing. Shown are (l-r) research scientists Jason Amini and Nicholas Guise. 789 more words
Nanotechnology

JPhysB Review Roundup

Topical reviews and tutorials are ideal tools for anyone wanting a summary of a research area, or to introduce newcomers to a new field.  I give a quick summary of the topical reviews and tutorials published in JPhysB this year. 623 more words

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New Technology - May 2015

This blog will look at some of the coolest new technology that has come across my screen lately.

Ultrathin Transistor. Researchers at Cornell have developed a transistor that is only three atoms thick. 696 more words

Technology

Image of the week: quantum measurement

Quantum physics has revolutionized our understanding of information processing and enables computational speed-ups that are unattainable using classical computers. At least that is the case according to Stefanie Barz (University of Oxford, UK) in her… 141 more words

Image Of The Week

Quantum Computers Will Make Your Laptop Look Like an Abacus

Newsweek K. Maney

The race to make the first quantum computer is becoming as important as the race 75 years ago to get the first nuke. 958 more words

Nanotechnology