UK Government Puts £45 Million Toward Quantum Computing

Most of the money goes toward exploring what kind of quantum computing hardware to use. The rest funds efforts toward practical projects such as detecting dementia.

AI Ranked the Most Important Technology in 2024, IEEE Survey Finds

Extended reality, cloud computing, 5G and electric vehicles are also in the top five, according to the global survey of CIOs, CTOs and tech leaders.

By |2023-11-03T18:25:34+00:00November 3, 2023|5G, 6G, Artificial Intelligence, augmented reality, CXO, cybersecurity, digital twins, extended reality, Innovation, International, metaverse, quantum computing, sustainability, Uncategorized, United Kingdom, virtual reality|Comments Off on AI Ranked the Most Important Technology in 2024, IEEE Survey Finds

Leading CISO Wants More Security Proactivity in Australian Businesses to Avoid Attack ‘Surprises’

Rapid7’s Jaya Baloo says a deficit in Australian organisational IT asset and vulnerability understanding is helping threat actors, and this is being exacerbated by fast growth in multicloud environments.

By |2023-10-18T09:15:43+00:00October 18, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, Australia, Cloud, cloud computing, cloud security, CXO, cybersecurity, cybersecurity threats, International, multicloud security, quantum computing, rapid7, Security, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Leading CISO Wants More Security Proactivity in Australian Businesses to Avoid Attack ‘Surprises’

Deloitte: Many Organizations Don’t Know If They Have Ethical Standards for Using Generative AI

Some 74% are testing generative AI, principles should be adopted to foster trust, according to the firm’s 2023 State of Ethics and Trust in Technology report.

By |2023-10-10T16:28:32+00:00October 10, 2023|Artificial Intelligence, automation, business ethics, CXO, deloitte, emerging tech, Innovation, quantum computing, robotics, tech leadership, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Deloitte: Many Organizations Don’t Know If They Have Ethical Standards for Using Generative AI

Interview: Quantum Test Chip Lets Intel and Researchers Shape What Comes Next for Quantum Computing

The Tunnel Falls chip powers what Intel intends to be full-stack quantum computing for laboratory and simulation work.

By |2023-09-28T16:29:22+00:00September 28, 2023|c++, computational fluid dynamics, Developer, Hardware, high-performance computing, Innovation, intel, quantum computing, semiconductors, Software, supercomputing, tunnel falls, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Interview: Quantum Test Chip Lets Intel and Researchers Shape What Comes Next for Quantum Computing

Is Quantum Computing Right for Your Business?

Learn about the benefits and use cases of quantum computing. Also, get details about quantum cryptography from an expert. The post Is Quantum Computing Right for Your Business? appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-07-05T20:47:45+00:00July 5, 2023|amazon braket, ciena, d-wave, Developer, Google, Hardware, ibm, ID quantique, Innovation, maxlinear, microsoft azure, Quantinuum, quantum computing, quantum cryptography, Security, Software, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Is Quantum Computing Right for Your Business?

Quantum computing gets hardware boost with spin glass breakthrough

Enterprises can take advantage of D-Wave’s newly published optimization improvement through a hardware-sharing cloud service. The post Quantum computing gets hardware boost with spin glass breakthrough appeared first on TechRepublic.

By |2023-04-21T14:52:57+00:00April 21, 2023|Cloud, cloud computing, d-wave, Hardware, Innovation, quantum computing, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Quantum computing gets hardware boost with spin glass breakthrough
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