Top Quantum Computing Project Ideas In 2021
Aquantum computer offers exorbitant processing power compared to classical computers. This is achieved by manipulating qubits. Generating and managing Qubits is a huge challenge. “While the classical computer is very good at calculus, the quantum computer is even better at sorting, finding prime numbers, simulating molecules, and optimization, and thus could open the door to a new computing era,” according to a Morgan Stanley report. In other words, Quantum computing is the future.
Introduced last year by Atos, Q-score is a free and open-source quantum metrics that apply to all programmable quantum processors. Q-score measures a quantum system’s effectiveness at handling real-life problems which traditional computers cannot solve, rather than simply measuring its theoretical performance.
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You Don’t Have To Be A Rocket (Or Quantum) Scientist To Design A Quantum Computer Chip Using IBM’s New Tool Called Qiskit Metal
Intuitively, almost everyone can appreciate how difficult and knowledge-intensive it is to design, develop, analyze, and simulate a quantum computer chip. Without years of education and training, it seems almost impossible to create such a complicated device. Until recently, even experienced researchers needed weeks or even months to design a simple quantum chip from start to finish.
After an initial soft launch in late 2020, IBM officially released its new open-source design automation software Qiskit Metal in March 2021. Qiskit Metal is the first software to automate the design of superconducting devices. IBM is looking at eventually expanding its use from superconducting to other quantum technologies as well.
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