This is the first observation of controllable interactions between two qubits generated from precisely positioned individual atoms in silicon.This enables the scientists to place their high-quality
qubit where they want it in the chip, see what they have made, and then measure
how it behaves.
The new design for the quantum computer chip means that it
can be manufactured using mostly standard industry processes and components.
based on GPS data could offer guidance to urban planners, policy makers,
and transportation practitioners who wish to promote bike-sharing service while
ensuring its sustainability.
PDPC is developing a certification scheme, which would
incorporate CBPR and PRP standards. Once the scheme is in place, certified organisations
will be able to exchange personal data with other certified organisations in
participating APEC economies much more seamlessly, while upholding data protection
Researchers from NUS working on defending cryptocurrency against future attacks by quantum computers
Cryptographic protocols used to secure the internet and
financial transactions of today are all susceptible to attack by the
development of a sufficiently large quantum computer.
The Department of Internal Affairs is seeking up to 30
suppliers who provide public cloud services to validate the business processes
and Marketplace functions and advise the Department on the user experience
prior to the full launch of the Marketplace.
NUS scientist part of international team which has achieved breakthrough in high-rate quantum secure communication
Quantum key distribution enables unhackable communication,
but it is limited at the moment by low key throughput.
The initiative will provide support services such as access
to working space, funding, domain experts as well as networking events.
Start-ups at ICE71 will also have access to enterprise grade cybersecurity
resources enabling them to develop and test proof-of-concept solutions in a
The researchers have proposed a new algorithm for solving
systems of linear equations that is faster than both the classical and the
previous quantum versions, and without restrictions on the kind of data it
The Group will investigate where technical standardisation
could support emerging applications of machine learning in fields such as big
data analytics, network management and orchestration, and security and data