In an incredible example of cosmic scales meeting the tiniest possible realm, scientists found that radiation including cosmic rays causes superconducting qubits to slip into disarray.
Last year, scientists created a time crystal for the first time in a lab. It wouldn’t have been possible without the theories of Chetan Nayak.
D-Wave's quantum annealers face a fundamental limitation when it comes to scaling: temperature.
Caltech physicists offer a crucial new technology in quantum computing.
Good old silicon saves the day.
IBM, Google and others are racing to achieve quantum supremacy.
In its new federal budget, Canada invests in machine learning and teaching kids to code, but offers no real plan for how to address workplace automation.
In a big step forward for quantum applications, big data could be used to fix quantum systems before they break.
This could pave the way for quantum computer circuits where electron qubits exchange information via photons.
Good news for quantum computing from physicists at the National Physical Laboratory.