Review: Black Opal “Speedup” by Q-CTRL

The First of Black Opal’s Advanced Quantum Computing Tutorials

Black Opal’s new “Speedup” module is not what I thought it would be; it’s more. I thought it would be about complexity theory, and it is, but that’s just the first topic of this module. The rest of the module is dedicated to exploring the quantum algorithms that are known to achieve speedups…




Independent Quantum Algorithm Designer

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Independent Quantum Algorithm Designer

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