From Vacuum Tubes to Quantum Computing

From Vacuum Tubes to Quantum Computing

Here’s an interesting look at the history of the transistor, Moore’s Law, and where we are headed. Details
The Neural Qubit

The Neural Qubit

Siraj Raval wrote a research paper titled "The Neural Qubit" where he describe a quantum machine learning architecture inspired by neurons in the human brain.... Details
Quantum Computing and Workforce, Curriculum, and Application Development: Open Resources

Quantum Computing and Workforce, Curriculum, and Application Development: Open Resources

In this video, find out about the fastest path to quantum development—the Microsoft Quantum Development Kit and the Q# quantum programming language—featuring high-level language constructs,... Details
The High-Stakes Race to Make Quantum Computers Work

The High-Stakes Race to Make Quantum Computers Work

Here’s a great explainer video from TED-Ed about Quantum Computing. Details
A Self-Study Guide to Quantum Mechanics

A Self-Study Guide to Quantum Mechanics

With the recent advancements in quantum computing (and the last two blog posts 1 2 ), a foundational understanding of quantum mechanics may be worth looking... Details
Quantum Computing and Workforce, Curriculum, and Application Development

Quantum Computing and Workforce, Curriculum, and Application Development

Here’s an interesting talk from Microsoft Research on a quantum computing case study in conjucction with the University of Washington. Case study: Quantum computing curriculum... Details
Quantum Development Kit, Q#, and Katas

Quantum Development Kit, Q#, and Katas

Microsoft’s Quantum development kit (QDK) and its programing language, Q#, are poised to empower both research and education in quantum computing and quantum programming. The... Details
How will Quantum Computing Change the World?

How will Quantum Computing Change the World?

The Economist has a great explainer video of what quantum computing will mean for the world. Details
The Quantum Internet?!

The Quantum Internet?!

What’s the future of the internet or communication in general? Could it be quantum? PBS Space Time explores the idea. Details
Sean Carroll on the Nature of the Universe, Life, and Intelligence

Sean Carroll on the Nature of the Universe, Life, and Intelligence

Sean Carroll is a theoretical physicist at Caltech, specializing in quantum mechanics, gravity, and cosmology. He is the author of several popular books: one on... Details