## What are forces ?

This question stems from discussions at work about the notion of “data gravity”, which, 10 years after its inception, seems to make a comeback and draw some kind of vague …

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# Category: Physics / Sciences

## What are forces ?

## Evaluation des technologies quantiques

## On superdense coding

## On cloud-based quantum computing

## On photonic quantum computing

## On Quantum Computing and Artificial Intelligence

## An update on quantum computing and complexity classes

## On topological quantum computers

This question stems from discussions at work about the notion of “data gravity”, which, 10 years after its inception, seems to make a comeback and draw some kind of vague …

Voici le rapport technique d’évaluation des technologies d’informatique quantique élaboré par l’équipe du Digital Labs d’Econocom. Notre objectif est d’évaluer expérimentalement les technologies quantiques actuelles, avec pour application la résolution …

Alice and Bob are fictional characters often used to describe cryptographic protocols. We introduced them in a previous article on quantum cryptography. Picture a situation where Alice and Bob are …

Cloud-based quantum computing is the invocation of quantum emulators, simulators or processors through the cloud. Increasingly, cloud services are being looked on as the method for providing access to quantum …

The worldwide quest to build practical quantum computers is undergoing a critical period. Fault-tolerant quantum computers will soon provide significant computational speedups for problems like factoring, search, or linear algebra, …

Mixing quantum computing and Artificial Intelligence (AI) may sound like a new buzzword. However, since quantum computing advances are hinting at profound changes in the very notions of computation, it …

In a series of posts, we introduced various quantum computing concepts: How information and quantum mechanics are related ? What is quantum computing ? What are Bell states ? What …

We have been talking about quantum computing for a few weeks now. We have talked about its theoretical principles (quantum entanglement, no-cloning theorem, …) and its applications, especially in the …