Quantum Technology News – Issue #5

Intel joined the race for quantum computing in a big way, by investing $50 million into a collaboration with Delft University. A Yale University group published ...

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Break RSA encryption with this one weird trick

Cryptographers HATE it! Too much math; didn’t read — Shor’s algorithm doesn’t brute force the entire key by trying factors until it finds one, but instead uses the ...

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Why don’t post-quantum encryption standards exist yet?

TL;DR — With increased funding, quantum computing is moving into a “Manhattan Project” era, where the timeline to a small, useable quantum computer could be drastically reduced. ...

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The Quantum Network Hacker Lab

TL;DR — Quantum computers are going to render a lot of current encryption techniques obsolete. Though quantum systems are inherently more secure, quantum networks and quantum key ...

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Quantum Machine Learning — Dr. Scott Aaronson’s “Read the Fine Print”

TL;DR — The task is to figure out how to look at problems in a way that would fit them into quantum algorithms for speedup. This does not ...

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How secure will our data be in the post-quantum era?

It’s the end of modern cryptography as we know it, and we feel fine. Build your security for the next 50 years. If the speed of ...

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So, when can I play video games on my quantum computer?

“I’m sorry. My responses are limited. You must ask the right questions.” -Dr. Alfred Lanning, I, Robot Well, maybe you could, one day. But it won’t help you ...

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