## 9 Best Articles in 2022

MIT Technology Review

### Quantum computing has a hype problem

MIT Technology Review

3 min read · · Quantum computing startups are all the rage, but it’s unclear if they’ll be able to produce anything of use in the near future. · Shared by 156, including Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, Howard Getson, Marcus Borba, Carla Gentry, AI

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### The Map of Quantum Computing | Your Ultimate Guide to Quantum Computers

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· An excellent summary of the field of quantum computing. Find out more about Qiskit at https://qiskit.org and their YouTube channel https://www.youtube.com/c/... · Shared by 105

The Economist

### Proof emerges that a quantum computer can outperform a classical one

The Economist

Summary · 4 min read · · Quantum computing may seem an exotic technology that delivers far less than its considerable hype. But quantum computing is as profound a change to the world of computing as quantum theory was to that of classical physics. Much like quantum theory, it will remain alien and seemingly distant from people’s daily lives, but it will change the world in ways no one can yet imagine. Google has demonstrated that “qubits” and entanglement can work together to solve concrete problems, but no one is certain what this will mean. The article will fascinate anyone concerned with the future of computing. · Shared by 70, including 𝚛𝚘𝚐𝚎𝚛, Christopher Lauer, Wilko S. Wolters 🇩🇪🇪🇺, Eric Topol, Chris Isak , Vala Afshar, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, ₿ully, getAbstract

Open Culture

### The Animated Map of Quantum Computing: A Visual Introduction to the Future of Computing

Open Culture

2 min read · · If you listen to the hype surrounding quantum computing, you might think the near future shown in Alex Garland's sci-fi series Devs is upon us -- that we have computers complex enough to recreate time… · Shared by 91, including Howard Getson, Stephanie A Kowalski, Jennifer Ouellette, Katja Evertz

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### Twist: MIT’s New Programming Language for Quantum Computing

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4 min read · · Time crystals. Microwaves. Diamonds. What do these three disparate things have in common? Quantum computing. Unlike traditional computers that use bits, quantum computers use qubits to encode… · Shared by 101, including Katja Evertz, Matthias Lampe

Quanta Magazine

### What Makes Quantum Computing So Hard to Explain?

Quanta Magazine

6 min read · · To understand what quantum computers can do — and what they can’t — avoid falling for overly simple explanations. · Shared by 333, including Carla Gentry, AI, Howard Getson, Ceferino Díaz, Nicolas Babin #CES2023, Matteo Carbone, Nige Willson, ipfconline #CES2023, R.NFT R “Ray” Wang 王瑞光 #SuiteWorld #UIPathForward, Dr. Marcell Vollmer 🇺🇦 #StaySafe & Carpe Diem, Dr. James Canton, Tarik ESSAADI, David Gates, Jennifer Ouellette, Amy Webb 🤖, Brian Ahier

WIRED

### Watch an Expert Explain Quantum Computing to an 8-Year-Old

WIRED

3 min read · · A researcher explains quantum computing in terms anyone can understand. · Shared by 70, including Chintan Shah, Merkstatt, Dominik Grolimund, Jacob Jarnvall, Chris Schultz ✌️, Boris Baldinger, 𝐦𝐫𝐯𝐧 , Marsha Collier, Fabrizio Bianchi, Thomas Power

Forbes

### The Emerging Paths Of Quantum Computing

Forbes

9 min read · · Gartner describes quantum computing as: “[T]the use of atomic quantum states to effect computation. Data is held in qubits (quantum bits), which could hold all possible states simultaneously. Data… · Shared by 117, including Yves Mulkers, Harold Sinnott #DigitalTransformation, Damien de France 🌍 🕊️🇺🇦, Brian Ahier, Giuliano Liguori, R.NFT R “Ray” Wang 王瑞光 #SuiteWorld #UIPathForward, James Gingerich, @Expeflow #WorkEasier #RPA, Terence Mills, John Nosta, ipfconline #CES2023, Dr. Marcell Vollmer 🇺🇦 #StaySafe & Carpe Diem, Nicolas Babin #CES2023, Ronald van Loon @SASsoftware #ExploreSAS, Dr. Sally Eaves #SASExplore #TISummit22, AI, Wilko S. Wolters 🇩🇪🇪🇺

MIT Technology Review

### Machine learning, meet quantum computing

MIT Technology Review

7 min read · · A quantum version of the building block behind neural networks could be exponentially more powerful. · Shared by 121, including Niklaus Gerber, ɐpuɐʎᴉW ᴉʇɐʍɥǝN, Clemens, Philipp Laurim, Merkstatt, Oleg Baskov, Ward Plunet, Oliver Ewinger, von Moerenburgh, Stephan Woodtli, Michael Duergner, Sir Lord Travis Wright, Web3 Speaker, Tarik ESSAADI

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Quanta Magazine

### ‘Post-Quantum’ Cryptography Scheme Is Cracked on a Laptop

Quanta Magazine

3 min read · · Two researchers have broken an encryption protocol that many saw as a promising defense against the power of quantum computing. · Shared by 167, including Jennifer Ouellette

Foreign Policy

### Why Quantum Computing Is Even More Dangerous Than Artificial Intelligence

Foreign Policy

5 min read · · The world already failed to regulate AI. Let’s not repeat that epic mistake. · Shared by 143, including Howard Getson, Iain Brown, PhD

ReadWrite

### What Quantum Computing Will Mean for the Future Artificial Intelligence

ReadWrite

4 min read · · Quantum computing has enormous potential, but its integration into artificial intelligence will produce more powerful technology. · Shared by 43, including Marcus Borba, Cyril Coste #DigitalTransformation, Evan Kirstel the $B2B Techfluencer, Iain Brown, PhD, Bob E. Hayes, Kelly Hungerford 🌻, Nicolas Babin #CES2023, Howard Getson

TNW

### Counterpoint: AI is far more dangerous than quantum computing

TNW

4 min read · · A respectful counterpoint to an op-ed article published earlier this week declaring quantum computing a greater threat than AI. · Shared by 25, including Carla Gentry, James Gingerich, @Expeflow #WorkEasier #RPA, Merkstatt, ipfconline #CES2023

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MIT Technology Review

### A startup uses quantum computing to boost machine learning

MIT Technology Review

8 min read · · If it fulfills its promise, quantum machine learning could transform AI. · Shared by 110, including Thomas Power, Ha Duong, haldimann, Ahmad Ragab, Leonard Enoch, Ward Plunet, Oleg Baskov, Jakub Ferenc, Thomas Telandro, Nico Müller 🇺🇦

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

### A new language for quantum computing

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

4 min read · · Twist is an MIT-created programming language for quantum computing that can describe and verify which pieces of data are entangled in a quantum program, through a language a classical programmer can… · Shared by 58, including ipfconline #CES2023, Nicolas Babin #CES2023, AI, R.NFT R “Ray” Wang 王瑞光 #SuiteWorld #UIPathForward

MIT Technology Review

### Google CEO Sundar Pichai on achieving quantum supremacy

MIT Technology Review

9 min read · · Is this the Wright brothers moment for quantum computing? Google certainly thinks so. · Shared by 103, including Jose Luis Calvo, Johannes Lenz, Vikram Dutt, Brian Laung Aoaeh, CFA, Nige Willson, Brett King #Technosocialism #OptimalHumanity, Gerd Leonhard, Paul Roetzer, Francesco Corea, R.NFT R “Ray” Wang 王瑞光 #SuiteWorld #UIPathForward, Howard Getson, Eric Topol, Merkstatt, Bob E. Hayes

Aeon+Psyche

### From ‘chandeliers’ to entangled qubits, here’s what happens inside a quantum computer

Aeon+Psyche

· From ‘chandeliers’ to entangled qubits – an animated explainer of quantum computing and its revolutionary potential · Shared by 70, including Gregg Caruso, 🧠 Larry G. Maguire, Anita Leirfall, Jason Silva, Tactical Tech

Boston Consulting Group

### Will Quantum Computing Transform Biopharma R&D?

Boston Consulting Group

Summary · 10 min read · · Quantum computing might be the newest buzzword, but it also might represent the chief disruptive technology through 2040. Forward-looking leaders in biopharma R&D will appreciate Boston Consulting Group’s white paper outlining quantum computing’s potential uses and impacts in drug development. Matt Langione, Jean-François Bobier, Chris Meier, Sebastian Hasenfuss and Ulrik Schulze outline the technology’s potential and urge biopharma leaders to begin preparing now. · Shared by 28, including getAbstract

Boston Consulting Group

### The Next Decade in Quantum Computing

Boston Consulting Group

Summary · 20+ min read · · Boston Consulting Group professionals Philipp Gerbert and Frank Ruess provide a quantum computing primer for businessfolk. You’ll find answers to many pressing questions about the technology, including how companies should act in the next five to ten years of quantum computing’s development. · Shared by 28, including getAbstract

Quanta Magazine

### Machine Learning Gets a Quantum Speedup

Quanta Magazine

9 min read · · Two teams have shown how quantum approaches can solve problems faster than classical computers, bringing physics and computer science closer together. · Shared by 166, including Mark Tabladillo PhD, John Hagel, Carla Gentry

Axios

### Exclusive: IBM achieves quantum computing breakthrough

Axios

2 min read · · IBM says it reached a milestone allowing quantum to surpass the power of a traditional computer. · Shared by 140, including Nico Müller 🇺🇦, Nige Willson, Bob E. Hayes

Quanta Magazine

### ‘Post-Quantum’ Cryptography Scheme Is Cracked on a Laptop

Quanta Magazine

3 min read · · Two researchers have broken an encryption protocol that many saw as a promising defense against the power of quantum computing. · Shared by 167, including Jennifer Ouellette