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U.S. National Quantum Initiative Advisory Board Repositioned to Directly Advise White House on Quantum Computing Policies as a National Priority for Science, Tech

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Futurum analyst Todd R. Weiss analyzes the impact of a White House executive order that brings the U.S. National Quantum Initiative Advisory Board into a much closer relationship with the president and other governmental leaders to keep them better informed about quantum computing and its impacts on the U.S.

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Cambridge Quantum Releases World’s First Quantum Natural Language Processing Toolkit and Library

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Futurum Research’s principal analyst Daniel Newman covers Cambridge Quantum’s release of the first Quantum Natural Language Processing toolkit and library. The toolkit, called lambeq, is the world’s first software toolkit for QNLP that can convert sentences into a quantum circuit, which will open the doors for QNLP developers for unlimited possibilities.

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AWS Announces General Availability of Amazon Braket Quantum Computing Tool

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AWS announced last week the general availability of Amazon Braket, its new quantum computing tool. Braket is a fully-managed AWS service that Amazon markets as a service that will spur innovation across the entire quantum community, allowing developers, researchers, and scientists to experiment with computers from quantum hardware providers, while only paying for compute services used. With companies like Fidelity, VW and University of Waterloo already using the tool, Braket is now generally available in the US East (N. Virginia), US West (N. California), and US West (Oregon) AWS Regions.

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Google’s TensorFlow Quantum Is a Key Industry Milestone in Machine Learning Acceleration

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Google’s latest announcement lands in a fast-moving, but still immature, quantum computing marketplace. By extending the most popular open-source ML development framework, Google will almost certainly catalyze use of TensorFlow Quantum in a wide range of ML-related initiatives. The Google-developed quantum ML framework will find its way into a wide range of other solution providers’ quantum computing environments. So what will Google’s likely next move be in the Quantum ML space? Read on to see what I think.