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  • User Clip Portrait of a Selfie

    User Clip: Portrait of a Selfie

    Notice the disapproving redhead, her ensuing photo of the offense being committed, and resultant side-eye war with the selfie-man's seat partner. It's only a matter of minutes before…

    User-created clip by Wendolyne
    • 21 seconds
    • 25 views
  • User Clip How many Qubits do we need to compute something useful

    User Clip: How many Qubits do we need to compute something useful?

    U. of Md. Professor Monroe gives a clear description of the magnitude of Quantum Computing and offers estimates on how large these machines should be to do something useful.

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 1 minute
    • 8 views
  • User Clip Why were 10 years behind in Quantum Computing

    User Clip: Why we're 10 years behind in Quantum Computing

    Four words: lack of consistent funding. University of Chicago Computer Science professor Diana Franklin spells it out, and says we've missed out on graduating enough PhDs in Quantum…

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 1 minute
    • 6 views
  • User Clip U of Md Prof defines Quantum computing

    User Clip: U of Md Prof defines Quantum computing

    Professor Christopher Monroe of the University of Maryland describes the role small-scale and large-scale Quantum computers can play in the current and future real world.

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 3 minutes
    • 3 views
  • User Clip What is the timeline for Quantum Computing

    User Clip: What is the timeline for Quantum Computing?

    U. of Chicago Professor Franklin tackles this question and gives some clear views as to the future for Quantum Computing.

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 55 seconds
    • 3 views
  • User Clip Academic lifecycle of an unfunded Quantum Computing student

    User Clip: Academic lifecycle of an un-funded Quantum Computing student

    U of Chicago Professor Franklin explains the Darwinian struggles that appear when funding for specialized research dries up; how the students must find other areas of study and, thus, an…

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 4 minutes
    • 3 views
  • User Clip Quantums key apps key hurdles key concerns

    User Clip: Quantum's key apps, key hurdles, key concerns

    For Quantum Computing in the US to succeed, says QxBranch CEO Michale Brett, we need to keep three key applications in mind, and find ways to get past three key obstacles--including…

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 3 minutes
    • 3 views
  • User Clip Quantum workforce Who will build use these machines

    User Clip: Quantum workforce: Who will build, use these machines?

    Prof. Monroe says there's a disconnect between academia and the private sector in terms of creating a real Quantum Computing workforce.

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 1 minute
    • 2 views
  • User Clip How we can maintain an edge in Quantum Computing

    User Clip: How we can maintain an edge in Quantum Computing

    Two words: consistent funding. That's one of the challenges Quantum Computing faces. Prof. Franklin spells out how funding will help the U.S. stay in the race.

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 45 seconds
    • 2 views
  • User Clip Quantum 1

    User Clip: Quantum 1

    Quantum 1

    • 20 seconds
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  • User Clip Quantum studies still not widely accepted by academia

    User Clip: Quantum studies still not widely accepted by academia

    According to U of Md. Professor Monroe it's still quite difficult for anyone studying or researching Quantum Computing to find a welcome mat at many unversities; there are a few but not…

    User-created clip by MathTeacherTony
    • 3 minutes
    • 1 view