Quantum teleportation is a fundamental concept in quantum computing. It introduces a lot of key quantum computing concepts. Here, I’ll cover what quantum teleportation is, the steps to teleport quantum information, and show you how to write this in OpenQASM. …


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There’s been a lot of chatter about quantum computing destroying bitcoin.

Quantum computers are really effective against Elliptic curve encryption, and RSA encryption. …


Do you want to learn quantum computing? With the rise of cloud quantum computing systems, it means that you can connect to a real quantum chip from wherever you are in the world. But, how do you learn about quantum computing without going back to college and getting a PhD…


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Will quantum computing help us create a better world, or destroy it?

Quantum computers don’t work by trying every possibility at once.

Quantum computers don’t speed up every problem.

They are faster for a certain set of problems.

There are only a few dozen or so quantum algorithms. In traditional…


Originally published at https://www.amarchenkova.com on July 5, 2020.

With interest growing in developing universal quantum computers, examining post quantum algorithms and quantum cryptography that can replace modern cryptosystems is of vital importance to the security of our data in a world where a large scale, fault tolerant quantum computer exists.


While the science community has a lot of love for Python, I’ve also become a fan of Go (Golang). It’s described as a mix of Python, C++, and Java for the modern age.

Go was invented by Robert Griesemer, Rob Pike, and Ken Thompson. It’s described as a mix of…


From November 18–20th, 2019, 170 physicists, computer scientists, and quantum computing enthusiasts gathered in Hoshino Resort Yatsugatake in Japan for Qiskit Camp Asia 2019. After 24 hours of coding, writing, and great food, we designed and implemented a pulse programming language for Qiskit!

And we won!

It was an amazing…


Quantum computing sometimes seems very intimidating to get involved in. Physicists do tend to code in a lot of programming languages — like Matlab, Fortran, C++ — and getting access to a real quantum computer has historically been difficult. However, cloud quantum computing systems have opened up opportunities for anyone…


How can quantum computers affect bitcoin? Of course, the elliptic curve crytography has been under scrutiny since the quantum computing hype began. Bitcoin was built to replace third party trust with cryptographic proof. But it’s not just bitcoin. Two of the most common cryptosystems are Rivest-Shamir-Adleman (RSA) and elliptic curve…


I finished the Deep Learning Specialization on Coursera! Obviously, Andrew Ng has a track record of being a fantastic instructor, and it’s a great introduction to the entire field and includes lots of fun projects. However, you realize by the end that you still have a lot to learn! …

Anastasia Marchenkova

Quantum Physicist and Software Engineer. www.amarchenkova.com

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