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Silq – The Easier Quantum Computer Programming Language

The developers from ETH Zurich, Switzerland have introduced the high-level programming language for quantum computers, called “Silq” This quantum computer programming language tackles the different...

IBM Offers Industry’s First Quantum Developer Certification

IBM Quantum is offering a path for people with all development backgrounds to earn a certification in programming with Qiskit, allowing them to leverage...

Qiskit Metal: Enabling Chip Prototyping in a Matter of Minutes

Welcome To Qiskit Metal For all those out there interested in building quantum devices of your own, now it’s possible to design quantum hardware with Qiskit...

TQD Quantum Ethics Exclusive: Qubit by Qubit’s Mission is to Train a Diverse Quantum Workforce

Quantum Ethics: Continuing the Conversation. One of the critical issues that surfaced in our survey on quantum ethics is the need for accessibility, diversity...

The Pros and Cons of Representing Quantum States with a Hypergraph

Let's Recap! We have gone through quite a journey with regards to entanglement so far. Here a list of the previous posts in this series: ...

QUANTUM BUSINESS EUROPE 2021: The quantum technologies event for business

  Quantum Business Europe (March 16th/17th), is the new must-attend digital event to learn about the advancements and business applications of quantum technologies. Discover the...

Destroying Entanglement in a Bell State

The Missing Piece Up until now, we have been simplifying the way we represent states as graphs for the sake of brevity. If we want...

Microsoft Quantum’s Krysta Svore: Azure Quantum is Now Ready for Public Preview

Microsoft reports in a blog post by Krysta Svore, the company's quantum general manager, that Azure Quantum, its full-stack, public cloud ecosystem for quantum solutions,...

Quantum Programming: Building the Bell State Graph

In this post, we will walk through an example in order to understand and define how to apply 1 and 2 qubit operations on...

Representing Entanglement with Graphs and Hypergraphs

In order to represent the full state of a quantum system we need to keep track of at least 2 things: The full state...
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