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PsiQuantum Announces Breakthrough in Architectures for Error-Corrected Quantum Computing

Jan 30 2023   -  Daniel Litinski (Quantum Architect), Nicholas Harrigan (Senior Quantum Scientist)

We recently announced a new approach to vastly increasing the efficiency of running quantum algorithms. We call it the Active Volume Architecture. The key insight is that if you have access to certain hardware capabilities then you can obtain remarkable reductions in the running costs of commercially useful quantum algorithms (for example, reducing running costs by around 50x for factoring algorithms).

A quantum leap for healthcare?

Sep 06 2022   -  The Economist Intelligence Unit

In this episode, we’ll be investigating what quantum computers might be capable of by looking at one promising area of its potential application: drug discovery and development. We explore with quantum computing expert Shohini Ghose and quantum entrepreneurs Pete Shadbolt (PsiQuantum) and Robert Marino (Qubit Pharmaceuticals).

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