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Quantum Computing

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

Critical infrastructure and other organizations should create road maps for how they’ll migrate to quantum-resistant algorithms, which are expected to become available in 2024, to help ease and accelerate that transition.
Will all the buzz surrounding new artificial intelligence applications like ChatGPT soon be spreading to other tech areas like quantum computing?
Announced at the G7 summit in Japan, the tech giants have committed $150 million in funding to the University of Chicago and University of Tokyo’s plan to create the world's first quantum supercomputer.
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.