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Baidu Unveils the World’s First All-Platform Integration Solution and Superconducting Quantum Computer

Baidu has recently created a 36-qubit superconducting quantum chip architecture

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Russell Chattaraj
Russell Chattaraj
Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

CHINA: On Thursday, the Chinese multinational technology corporation Baidu unveiled its first quantum computer. “Qian Shi,” the first superconducting quantum computer, is capable of integrating hardware, software, and a wide range of applications. 

Liang Xi, the first cross-platform quantum hardware-software integration solution introduced by Baidu, gives users access to various quantum processors via a mobile app, a desktop computer, and the cloud.

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Qian Shi expected to calculate data that a typical computer cannot and find solutions to problems that cannot be solved. This innovation is also regarded as a breakthrough in financial technology, computational biology, material modelling, and artificial intelligence.

Qian Shi provides the general public with a high-fidelity ten quantum bits (qubits) of power quantum computing service that is reliable and substantial. In addition to Qian Shi, Baidu has recently created a 36-qubit superconducting quantum chip architecture. Baidu appears to continue having an impact. Liang Xi is another quantum solution that connects to Qian Shi.

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According to Dr. Runyao Duan, Director of the Institute for Quantum Computing at Baidu Research, “With Qian Shi and Liang Xi, clients may create quantum algorithms and utilise quantum computing power without developing their own quantum hardware, control systems, or programming languages.”

Thanks to Baidu’s innovations, anyone with a smartphone can now access quantum computing from anywhere at any time. Additionally, various quantum processors are instantaneously compatible with Baidu’s platform, making ‘plug-and-play’ access a reality.

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These most recent advancements are being supported by the Institute for Quantum Computing at Baidu Research, whose technological reach includes:

  • Quantum algorithms and applications.
  • Communications and networks.
  • Encryption and security.
  • Error correction.
  • Architecture.
  • Measurement and control.
  • Chip design.

In the field of quantum technology, Baidu has applied for more than 200 core technology patents over more than four years of research and development.

Dr. Runyao Duan founded the Institute for Quantum Computing at Baidu Research in March 2018. At the University of Technology Sydney, he founded and served as the Quantum Software and Information Centre director.

According to Baidu, they want to incorporate quantum technology into the company’s core operations while also building the institution into a global leader in quantum artificial intelligence (AI) research.

The Institute for Quantum Computing at Baidu Research focuses on advancing fundamental quantum research while aiming to develop full-stack quantum software and hardware solutions. Baidu ran a successful campaign to realize the goal of “Everyone Can Quantum” worldwide.

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  • Russell Chattaraj

    Mechanical engineering graduate, writes about science, technology and sports, teaching physics and mathematics, also played cricket professionally and passionate about bodybuilding.

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