Quantum Bits (Qubits)

The Osprey Has Landed… IBM Unveils 433 Qubit Computer

IBM unveiled it’s latest quantum computer, Osprey. Osprey has the largest qubit count of any IBM quantum processor, more than tripling the 127 qubits on the IBM Eagle processor unveiled in 2021.  This processor has the potential to run complex quantum computations well beyond the computational capability of any classical computer.

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Combining Bits, Neurons, and Qubits: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Forges New Center for Advanced Computational Paradigms

Rensselaer Institute for Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Computing (DAIC) is to become the primary academic center in the U.S. for advancing new computational paradigms, including those that are a hybrid of conventional, neuromorphic, and quantum computing — combining bits, neurons, and qubits, which will make it possible to solve problems that current computing systems cannot.

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