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The Quantum Leap with Dmitri Maslov

The classical computing power has doubled every two years – a pattern known as Moore’s law. However, the ability to fabricate more and more transistors in a computer chip is

Quantum Computing Introduction with Zlatko Minev

Computer chips have physical limitations. When transistors get too small, electrons start to behave in ways that make the hardware modules less reliable. Our reliable technological

Quantum Computing with Vijay Pande

Quantum computing is based on the system of quantum mechanics. In quantum computing, we perform operations over qubits instead of bits. A qubit is a vector, which can take on many more