Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) is pleased to confirm that the UK’s National Physics Laboratory (NPL) has announced that it will be supporting CQC in the development of its novel photonic based product for generating certifiable quantum entropy (also commonly referred to as certifiable QRNG).
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Tucked away in the UK’s ‘Silicon Fen’, Cambridge Quantum Computing is playing a leading role in helping spearhead a second industrial revolution. Its founder and CEO, Ilyas Khan speaks exclusively to Digital Bulletin about quantum’s trajectory and competing with technology’s biggest companies.
For the first time, a Natural Language Processing (NLP) algorithm is “meaning aware” and has been executed on a quantum computer… This development of research in NLP is a prime example of the fact that as realistic quantum computers become available, more use cases will also become apparent.”, says Ilyas Khan, who is CEO of Cambridge Quantum Computing.
Rigorously scientific and steeped in the talented Cambridge quantum ecosystem, Cambridge Quantum Computing is working toward making quantum computers the best that they can be.
Cambridge Quantum Computing announces that they have used the “natively quantum” structure of natural language to open up an entirely new realm of possible applications by translating grammatical sentences into quantum circuits, and then implementing the resulting programs on a quantum computer and actually performing question-answering. This is the first time that natural language processing has been executed on a quantum computer.
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