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02 Oct 2019

The power behind quantum advantage verification

Riverlane's Tom Parks discusses how much it really costs to verify a quantum advantage experiment. His conclusion: It takes a lot of power, in the literal and figurative sense of the word.

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31 Aug 2018

The Full Quantum Computing Stack

Classical computers, from calculators to the most powerful supercomputers, operate under the same rules – those of classical physics. Quantum computers operate under a different set of rules and can solve certain problems faster by exploiting quantum effects. In this post, we explain the process of solving a problem in computational chemistry.

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19 Apr 2018

Variational quantum computation of excited states

Our new paper shows how near-term quantum computers can be used to simulate excited states of molecules.

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02 Apr 2018

Quantum Moore’s Law

From the invention of the transistor in 1947, technological progress in their design and manufacture has been exponential. The well-known Moore’s law observes that the number of transistors which can be squeezed onto a silicon chip doubles about every two years. Is it reasonable to expect the same from quantum computers?

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01 Feb 2018

New paper: Accelerated Variational Quantum Eigensolver

"A Generalised Variational Quantum Eigensolver" paper by Riverlane published.

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