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Lattice cryptography promises to protect secrets from the attacks of far-future quantum computers.
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Such a device could help address climate change and food scarcity, or break the Internet. Will the U.S. or China get there first?
Quantum-proof encryption is here—decades before it can be put to the test.
Two teams have shown how quantum approaches can solve problems faster than classical computers, bringing physics and computer science closer together.
The unprecedented experiment explores the possibility that space-time somehow emerges from quantum information, even as the work’s interpretation remains disputed.
If you think you understand quantum mechanics, you don’t understand quantum mechanics Richard Feynman Tens of billions of public and private capital are being invested in Quantum technologies. Coun…
Financial markets are entangled and uncertain. When will economists let go of physics envy to embrace the quantum revolution?
Urmila Mahadev spent eight years in graduate school solving one of the most basic questions in quantum computation: How do you know whether a quantum computer has done anything quantum at all?
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