What if a Quantum Computing aficionado with expertise in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning talked to a security expert interested in how Quantum Computing already impacts the world?
Srinjoy Ganguly Speaks with Entangled Things
In Episode 16, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Srinjoy Ganguly, author of Quantum Computing with Silq Programming.
The team discuss the challenges of Quantum programming, the benefits of automatic decomputing, the future of machine learning in Quantum Computing, and the way that high level abstracted Quantum Computing languages will affect the landscape of Quantum programming.
Dr. Andrew King and Dr. Cristiano Nisoli Speak with Entangled Things
In Episode 15, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Dr. Andrew King of D-Wave Systems and Dr. Cristiano Nisoli of Los Alamos National Laboratory.
This engaging conversation covers topics including artificial spin ice, nanomagnets, programmatic manipulation of quasiparticles, the new D-Wave Advantage Processor, and how Quantum developments can clarify our perception of fundamental physics.
The Experiments of Quantum
In Episode 14, Patrick and Ciprian discuss experiments that reveal the mysterious nature of the Quantum world.
In several past episodes, they mentioned such experiments, and this episode focuses on them. Light polarization, single-molecule fluorescence, nanoscale electrical conduction (a variant of the double-slit experiment), the Stern-Gerlach are the four experiments covered by the discussion.
Elisabetta Valiante Speaks With Entangled Things
In episode 13, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Elisabetta Valiante of 1QBit.
Among other topics, the team discuss Quantum problem solving from a hardware agnostic approach, the limitations of Quadratic Unconstrained Binary Optimization problems (QUBO), and the differences between logical and physical qubits.
Noson Yanofsky Speaks With Entangled Things
In Episode 12, Patrick and Ciprian speak with Noson Yanofsky of Brooklyn College.
The team discuss ways of learning Quantum computing, foundations of Quantum mechanics, the existing and non-existing Quantum algorithms, and the limitations of human knowledge.
To hear more from Noson, please check out his book, Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists, or his many other publications.
How does Interference Relate to Quantum Computing?
Episode 11 seeks to answer the question, how does interference relate to Quantum Computing?
Topics covered include an overview of interference, the limitations related to reading the states of qubits, amplitude amplification, and an introduction to the concept of an Oracle.