Latest Quantum information science Stories
The difficulty in understanding the field of quantum computing just got a little easier, but only slightly.
A team of Dutch physicists has announced the successful transfer of the information contained in a quantum bit to a different quantum bit 3 meters away.
Michael Lewis's bestselling book "Flash Boys" describes how some brokers, engaging in high frequency trading, exploit fast telecommunications to gain fraction-of-a-second advantage in the buying and selling of stocks.
A new five-qubit array from UCSB’s Martinis Group is on the threshold of making a quantum computer technologically feasible to build
Scientists at MIT and Harvard University have developed a light lattice that traps atoms, a technique they say could aid in the creation of powerful quantum computing systems.
Is it really a secret if researchers share it? In the March 27 issue of Nature, the weekly international journal of science, researchers Artur Ekert and Renato Renner revealed what physics can tell us about keeping our secrets secret.
The way we secure digital transactions could soon change. An international team has demonstrated a form of quantum cryptography that can protect people doing business with others they may not know or trust – a situation encountered often on the internet and in everyday life, for example at a bank's ATM.
With cutting-edge technology, sometimes the first step scientists face is just making sure it actually works as intended.
While the Obama administration has made statements that the NSA will back off from its surveillance efforts, news has come out that the government agency is developing new tactics to pursue its surveillance efforts.
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