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Cambridge Quantum and Deutsche Bahn Netz AG (DB) announce today a partnership to explore how quantum computers can improve the rescheduling of rail traffic as part of DB’s long-term transformative plan, Digitale Schiene Deutschland, to digitise DB’s infrastructure and railway system using next-generation technologies to achieve a higher capacity and optimal utilisation of the rail network.
Cambridge Quantum today announced the release of the world’s first toolkit and library for Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP). The toolkit is called lambeq, named after the late mathematician and linguist Joachim Lambek.
The latest version (v.0.15) of TKET (pronounced “ticket”), our class-leading high-performance hardware-agnostic quantum software development kit, is now completely open source and immediately available for all to use without restrictions.
The Inter-American Development Bank and its innovation laboratory, IDB Lab, together with Cambridge Quantum and Tecnológico de Monterrey have identified four potential threat areas for blockchain networks, including communication between network nodes and the integrity of digitally signed transactions.
Cambridge Quantum scientists introduce the Filtering Variational Quantum Eigensolver (F-VQE) to make combinatorial optimisation more efficient. The new approach surpassed “gold standard” algorithms by leveraging Honeywell’s System Model H1 quantum computer.