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Toshiba and HSBC pioneer quantum protection for AI-powered FX trading

The financial services industry protects some of the world’s most sensitive data. Yet, while its security measures are leading by today’s standards, the advent of quantum computers threatens to render…

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Without quantum encryption, the financial sector will not be secure for long

Dr Andrew Shields

Developments in quantum technology mean that PKC can no longer guarantee that your data is secure. Dr Andrew Shields explores how the finance industry can overcome this.

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Quantum innovations and collaborative futures

In this interview, BT’s Senior Manager of Optical Research, Andrew Lord, HSBC’s Global Head of Quantum Technologies, Philip Intallura, the Head of Toshiba’s Head of Quantum Technology, Andrew Shields, and…

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Quantum innovations in communications and cybersecurity

Quantum innovations in communications and cybersecurity

In this interview, Philip Intallura, Global Head of Quantum Technologies at HSBC, explains how HSBC is pioneering the way in adopting quantum-safe practices, driving its commitment to innovation. Philip dives…

Today’s quantum challenges, tomorrow’s secure solutions

Today’s quantum challenges, tomorrow’s secure solutions

Toshiba and BT’s Quantum Secure Metro Network (QSMN) represents a significant milestone in building a secure future for the world’s most sensitive data. BT’s Senior Manager of Optical Research, Andrew…

HSBC’s trailblazing Quantum roadmap reshaping banking’s future

HSBC’s trailblazing Quantum roadmap reshaping banking’s future

Cybersecurity is changing. The malicious use of quantum computers poses a huge threat to how we currently protect our data. This is a problem for everyone, but particularly for financial…

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July 19, 2024

Researchers at the Weizmann Institute have observed the inverse Mpemba effect in a trapped-ion qubit. This breakthrough suggests that, under certain conditions, a cooler trapped-ion qubit may heat up faster than a similar warmer qubit. The observation could have important implications for quantum computing because many leading qubit types must be maintained at cryogenic temperatures.

Learn how this research could influence the design of large-scale, temperature-sensitive qubit systems in Physics World: https://lnkd.in/eNF8inCY

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July 17, 2024

New research from Australia’s national science agency has found that AI could help solve quantum computing errors, which could one day lead to quantum computers solving complex real-world problems. By implementing an AI neural network syndrome decoder, researchers were able to detect and correct complex qubit noise, paving the way for more reliable quantum processors.

This breakthrough suggests that as error rates decrease, AI-driven quantum error correction could achieve full fault tolerance, revolutionising problem-solving capabilities beyond traditional computers.

Read more on Phys.org: https://lnkd.in/gwBc-SF3

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