Quantum Computing

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Using quantum computing to protect AI from attack

AI can be fooled into making mistakes, sometimes risking lives, but quantum computing could provide a strong defence

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Observing time crystals

Time crystals are mysterious configurations of particles that are perpetually switching and quantum computers can now be used to examine them

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Go Figure

Machine learning to scale up the quantum computer

A machine learning framework has been created to precisely locate atom-sized quantum bits in silicon – a crucial step for building a large-scale silicon quantum computer

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The next big scientific thing

As National Science Week celebrates scientific discovery in Australia, we ask what’s likely to be the ‘next big thing’ in some of the most exciting fields of science research?

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Lifting the lid on quantum computing

Newly developed software for learning quantum computer programming allows students to see inside the ‘black box’ and start using the ‘weird’ physics to solve problems

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What has Quantum ever done for me?

Much of quantum computing exists primarily in theory. Quantum sensing, however, is already here

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Can you explain Quantum computing?

Quantum computing can be a challenging concept to get your head around - could you explain it?

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Podcast

The Quantum sensing revolution

Quantum sensors can detect tiny changes at the level below the atom, and it’s leading to entirely new questions about how our biological systems work

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A brief history of Quantum

The quantum revolution is coming, and it’s taken some big leaps of thinking from some of the biggest minds of the 20th century to get us to this point

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So, you want to work in Quantum computing?

Like the evolution of classic computers in the 1940s, quantum computers are on the cusp of mainstream, and researchers, businesses and universities are already getting themselves quantum ready

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