September 21, 2021
QAI’s chairman and senior principal researcher at Microsoft, Brad Lackey just published a research article on arxiv with ChunJun Cao from the University of Maryland. The paper, “Quantum Lego: Building Quantum Error Correction Codes from Tensor Networks” introduces a graphically intuitive framework that constructs complex quantum error correction codes from simple codes or states, generalizing code concatenation. Several examples are included in order to demonstrate the framework’s capabilities.
September 7, 2021
qBraid and BRIC are hosting a Quantum Computing Summit on Friday, September 24, 2021. It will be a full day of presentations, conversations, demonstrations and community building with some of the greatest minds of Quantum Computing. You'll learn about the basics of quantum computing and demonstration of how quantum computing will be utilized in the future.
September 2, 2021
Betakit highlights Canadian startups making significant innovations in the technology industry. QAI’s Marjan Bagheri and Brad Lackey had the opportunity to discuss QAI’s recent milestones and achievements with BetaKit in an interview on September 1, 2021.
September 2, 2021
Quantum Algorithms Institute Opens Doors to B.C. Companies Looking to Explore Quantum Technology for Their Business
The Quantum Algorithms Institute (QAI), an industry, academia and government collaboration to grow the applied quantum computing ecosystem in British Columbia and elsewhere in Canada, today announced it has opened a search for corporate partners ready to begin or accelerate their exploration of quantum-enabled technologies.
August 30, 2021
Quantum Algorithms Institute (QAI), British Columbia is announcing a partnership with qBraid, a quantum computing company based in Hanover, NH. QAI and qBraid share a shared vision of accelerating the pace of quantum computing in British Columbia and beyond. QAI plans to leverage qBraid’s cloud-based quantum computing platform for developing quantum software and training the next generation of quantum software developers, at scale.