Quantum Computing Topics for 06/24/2017

Colloquium: Sergey Bravyi | Institute for Quantum Computing “I will discuss classical and quantum algorithms for simulation of quantum impurity models. Such models describe a bath of free fermions coupled to a small interacting subsystem called an impurity. Hamiltonians of this form were famously studied by Anderson, Kondo, Wilson and…

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Blockchain Reading for 06/18/2017

The potential of IoT in blockchain | Digital Business | “An IoT platform enables IoT devices to send data to blockchain ledgers for inclusion in shared transactions with tamper-resistant records. By using IoT in blockchain all participants in a network can verify each transaction, preventing disputes and ensuring each participant…

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 06/17/2017

A.I. will create more jobs that can’t be filled, Eric Schmidt says “Alphabet’s Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt strikes a contrary tone to many who’ve warned of large-scale unemployment as a result of artificial intelligence” tags: ai Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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Coding topics for 06/15/2017

What’s New in Swift – WWDC 2017 – Videos – Apple Developer “Swift 4 continues the evolution of the safe, fast, and expressive language, with better performance and new features. Learn about the new String and improved generics, see how Swift 4 maintains support for your existing Swift 3 code,…

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Artificial Intelligence / AI Reading for 06/15/2017

This AI-powered robot can play the marimba, the least threatening of instruments – The Verge “Like many AI music experiments, the music Shimon is playing is generated by a method called deep learning. This essentially means mining a large amount of information (in this case, a dataset of some 5,000…

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Quantum Computing Topics for 06/15/2017

Quantum Computing Might Be Here Sooner Than You Think – Bloomberg “Teams at startups, universities,  government labs, and companies like IBM are racing to build computers that could potentially solve some problems that are now intractable.” tags: q quantum computing Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are…

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