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LEGO AND ZX-CALCULUS
How to stop gluing lego together and love ZX-calculus?
ZX-calculus enables children to do cutting-edge quantum computing, as several quantum features can be easily expressed and derived using language even a kindergartener can understand.
FIRST EVER TOOKIT FOR QNLP
Why is lambeq the next big thing in the quantum world?
The toolkit has been named lambeq, after the late mathematician and linguist Joachim Lambek. lambeq has been designed to accelerate the development of practical, real world QNLP applications, such as automated dialogue, text mining, language translation, text-to-speech, language generation and bioinformatics.
QUANTUM COMPUTERS SERVING HUMANITY
Will quantum computing truly be used as a force for good?
As Cambridge Quantum’s Chief Operating Officer explains, “We need to stay awake at the wheel this time and remain ever watchful, ready to address threats, mitigate possible harm and extend potential good universally” adding, “Let’s be brave and let’s not wait until it’s too late. Let’s make sure that as a society we embrace this debate and we don’t hold back.”
What is Cambridge’s connection to the scientific world?
Cambridge Quantum is located in the heart of Cambridge, England, which can be considered the birthplace of the computer. It is home to history’s renowned intellectuals, including Sir Isaac Newton, the inventor of calculus; Charles Darwin, who was famous for the theory of natural selection and Alan Turing who went on to devise what is essentially the basis for modern computing.
APPLE OF QUANTUM IS HERE
Which combination to form the world’s only fully integrated hardware and software solutions?
“Joining together into an exciting newly combined enterprise, Honeywell Quantum Solutions and Cambridge Quantum will become a global powerhouse that will create and commercialise quantum solutions that address some of humanity’s greatest challenges, while driving the development of what will become a $1 trillion industry,” said Ilyas Khan, founder and Chief Operating Officer at Cambridge Quantum.
QNLP IS CLOSER THAN EVER
Why is Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP) within reach?
Cambridge Quantum scientists have published a research paper on arXiv that provides details of the largest ever experimental implementation of Natural Language Processing (NLP) tasks on a quantum computer.