Commercially viable quantum computing could be here sooner than you think, thanks to a new innovation that shrinks quantum tech down onto a chip: a cryochip.

Seeker explains:

It seems like quantum computers will likely be a big part of our computing future—but getting them to do anything super useful has been famously difficult. Lots of new technologies are aiming to get commercially viable quantum computing here just a little bit faster, including one innovation that shrinks quantum technology down onto a chip.

What If ponders what the world would be like if we already had quantum computers. I’d hold off on their advice about throwing out your old computers though.

Get rid of your old computers, because the future of technology has arrived! It’s not artificial intelligence or virtual reality; it’s something called quantum computing! And it could completely revolutionize every aspect of our society, from healthcare to finance, and even national security. But how does it work?When can we expect it? And what could happen if it gets into the wrong hands?

Could Quantum AI help you live to 200?

Google’s quantum supremacy news opens exciting doors.

A quantum computer completed a task in 200 seconds that would take 10,000 years on today’s fastest supercomputer.

This video narrated by Stephen Fry, explores the special connection between quantum computers and AI. Together, they will change everything.

Siraj Raval covers Google’s claim to have achieved Quantum Supremacy in a research paper that was briefly leaked on a NASA website.

The paper was taken down, but the Internet moves fast to recover data.

In this episode, Siraj explores what quantum supremacy means, what the applications of quantum computing will be, and how a quantum-resistant cryptographic technique called “A New Hope” works.

Related Links

Google’s Quantum Supremacy paper:

D-Wave API:


Quantum Machine Learning: 

Quantum Computing with D-Wave:

Quantum Machine Learning Live:

The Neural Qubit:

An amazing blog by Scott Aaronson on Quantum Supremacy:

A curated list of quantum computing learning resources:

Ring Learning with Errors Blog post:

Quantum Encryption: