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Quantum Computing

Stories about the intersection of government and quantum computing as that emerging field continues to evolve.

Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly unveiled a new initiative, "Gig City Goes Quantum," for which the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga and Chattanooga State Community College will boost training in quantum technologies.
Quantum computers hold the promise of amazing advances in numerous fields. So why are cybersecurity experts so worried about Q-Day? What must be done now to prepare?  
A new partnership between EPB and California-based Qubitekk will allow private companies, government and university researchers to test quantum equipment and applications in an established fiber-optic environment.
Research at Duke, North Carolina State and UNC have made the state a hot spot for innovations that could yield advances in finance, chemistry, artificial intelligence, logistics, cybersecurity and other fields.
We’ve been hearing about upcoming breakthroughs with quantum computing technology for several years, so what’s the latest from around the world?
The Chicago Quantum Exchange this week unveiled a network for sharing information between four universities and two national laboratories that could produce breakthroughs in cybersecurity, medicine and climate change.
A new memorandum instructs CISA to “engage with” state and local governments by late fall about quantum computing risks. Federal officials, meanwhile, are looking for new ways to build a quantum-focused workforce.
Gov. JB Pritzker has proclaimed April as “Innovation and Technology Month” in the state as part of an effort to highlight technological achievements in quantum computing and support education and workforce growth.
Albany Law professor Rob Heverly says scholars, industry leaders and government regulators need to start pondering quantum Internet regulations, and discussions should be informed by lessons of the past.