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Dawn of Quantum Internet from NASA, Caltech

  Quantum Teleportation                               Source: Quantum Teleportation Image Quantum Internet From NASA, Caltech, Fermilab Scientists from NASA, Caltech and Fermilab have achieved long distance quantum teleportation, which lays the groundwork for quantum internet and quantum computing.  Their achievement is a world first and they sustained the quantum internet for 27 miles.  The exciting potential of this is internet networks that carry data faster than the speed of light.  The scientists add the networks would be un-hackable. Breakthrough Technology The team built a 27 mile long quantum internet linking their California labs.  It teleports signals instantly.  This is the first time that long distance quantum teleportation - the instant transfer of  quantum information or qubits - was demonstrated to work.  It lays the groundwork for  quantum internet, which would revolutionize computing and communications. Working At the Speed of Light Quantum systems are more secure than

Quantum Leap for Quantum Computing

First Proof of What Quantum Computing Can Deliver Source:  IBM 4 Superconducting Quantum Bit Device Global Research Results Scientists from the Technical University of Munich, IBM and the University of Waterloo have demonstrated that quantum computing offers big advantages over conventional computers.  They've developed a quantum circuit that can solve an unsolvable problem using any equivalent classical circuit. It's being called the first proof of what quantum computing can deliver. This news is just in. Not Promises, Just Results Experts believe this is a landmark in the field of what quantum computing can deliver. Many governments, companies, research organizations and universities are investing in quantum technology.  What this team developed is a quantum circuit that solves a specific "difficult" algebraic problem.  It's making news and is quantum computing to be aware of.

Quantum Opportunity - Quantum Computing

DARPA Goes After Practical, Competitive Uses for Quantum Computing Exponential Computing Power thru Quantum Computing The US Defense Department's Advanced Research Projects Agency DARPA wants to know how quantum computing can help the US surge ahead of technology competitors like China and Russia. Quantum computing uses the laws of quantum mechanics to accomplish complex data operations.  Unlike traditional computers that use bits, it uses qubits and delivers exponential computing power. DARPA Questions and Challenge DARPA specifically wants to know how quantum computing will practically impact AI, physical systems, machine learning, data analytics and enhancing distributed sensing.  This is a leading indicator of the future of technology and innovation as DARPA views it. Leading Edge of Where Quantum Computing is Taking Us - Harbinger of The Future DARPA is asking industry and academics for proposals to research the real possibilities of quantum computing.  There are 4 k