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Efforts are under way to protect the world’s financial networks from a quantum attack. But some question if the threat to crypto assets is really as existential as feared.
Eric Schmidt urges co-operation in AI, chips, quantum computing and synthetic biology
The promise of exponential rises in processing power is attracting steady investment
If institutions could predict the future, if only for nanoseconds, it would be enough to sweep up
US bank and QC Ware looked into use of technology to price complex derivatives
UK readies Facebook probe, Stripe’s brothers in alms, Zygo’s underwater Solo
Confidence driven by manufacturing partnership with GlobalFoundries
Riverlane aiming to lead advances in cutting edge technology
After years of hostility to cryptocurrencies, central banks will permit them a limited role
Quantum computer is capable of performing calculations trillions of times faster than rivals, say scientists
A new commercial launch promises to deliver progress in this fiendishly complex field
Extracting practical value from performing previously impossible calculations remains a challenge
Start-up leads consortium including Standard Chartered and Edinburgh university
Riverlane’s ‘universal’ Deltaflow.OS could establish UK’s standing in the technology
Researchers keen to use the technology without sending data to the US
Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan and Citigroup eye potentially revolutionary technology
Cyber experts fear data security will be exposed by quantum tornado
Tech group claims computing achievement compares with launch of its search engine in terms of significance
Processor can perform task in minutes that would take supercomputers 10,000 years to complete
Technology that will disrupt current systems needs careful planning
Researchers take aim at tech company for declaring computing milestone
Researchers say their quantum computer has calculated an impossible problem for ordinary machines
Scientists are mining mathematics for ‘hard problems’ from which to concoct new algorithms
New start-up aims to create commercial quantum computer within 5 years
Powerful new system could eventually leave today’s machines in the dust