Quantum computing Current Affairs, GK & News
An Indo-Finnish Virtual Network Centre on Quantum Computing will be established by India and Finland with the aim of stimulating development projects and innovative research to address the needs of both nations. Overview: The decision to establish this centre was announced after Finnish Minister of Economic Affairs, Mika Lintila met Union Minister Jitendra Singh. This ..
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Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) has launched the India’s first ‘Quantum Computer Simulator (QSim) Toolkit’. Key Points QSim is the first-of-its-kind toolkit, indigenously developed in India. It meant to be a vital tool of learning and understanding the practical aspects of programming with the help of Quantum Computers. It will thus bring about ..
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs
International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) has appointed Indian-American Arvind Krishna as its new Chairman. The 57-year-old leader is currently serving as the head of the ‘Cloud and Cognitive software unit’ of IBM. He is known for playing an instrumental role in the acquisition of Red Hat by IBM, undertaken last year. He has also led ..
Google has officially claimed that its researchers achieved a breakthrough in the field of ‘Quantum Supremacy’. The term was coined by American theoritical physicist ‘ John Preskill’ to describe a point where quantum computers can perform any task that can’t be performed by the classical computers. The tech giant have claimed that they have developed ..
Topics: Academic disciplines • Computational complexity theory • Emerging technologies • Quantum computing • Quantum information science • Quantum logic gate • Quantum mechanics • Quantum supremacy • Qubit • Theoretical computer science
To improve the standard of education in the nation and further enhance the quality of students being trained by the technical institutes of the nation, the government plans to not allow conventional low employability potential disciplines from the academic year 2020-2021. What happened? Opposition members claimed that there is a mismatch between the demands of ..