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22 Mar 2017 CIO Interview: Martin Hofmann, Volkswagen Group [61725]
ComputerWeekly, March 22nd, 2017

"Volkswagen Group recently demonstrated how it was working with D-Wave to research uses for quantum computing. We find out what the car maker is hoping to achieve...

During the recent CeBIT 2017 event in Hannover, Volkswagen Group discussed how quantum computing would be the future of IT.

The Volkswagen Group is planning to use quantum computers to bolster its digital competency programme, in a bid to create an innovative application that cannot be programmed traditionally.

The initiative, a collaboration between quantum specialist D-Labs and Volkswagen Labs in San Francisco and Munich, aims to build specialist expertise at Volkswagen and identify uses of quantum computing in the company..."
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19 Mar 2017 The Security Threat Of Quantum Computing Is Real, And It's Coming Fast [61447]
Help Net Security, March 9th, 2017

Dr. Gregoire Ribordy writes Help Net Security, "The threat quantum computers pose on encryption is weighing on the minds of some of the world's most technologically advanced nations: In 2016 alone, the EU announced a $1.13B investment in the discipline, the UK pledged nearly $300M, Australia put in $25M and Canada devoted $50M. Why? These world powers acknowledge the swift progress being made towards quantum computing that threatens traditional encryption. They're right to be investing now: Once that technology exists, everything stops..."
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09 Mar 2017 The Security Threat Of Quantum Computing Is Real, And It's Coming Fast [61330]
Help Net Security, March 9th, 2017

"The threat quantum computers pose on encryption is weighing on the minds of some of the world's most technologically advanced nations: In 2016 alone, the EU announced a $1.13B investment in the discipline, the UK pledged nearly $300M, Australia put in $25M and Canada devoted $50M. Why? These world powers acknowledge the swift progress being made towards quantum computing that threatens traditional encryption. They're right to be investing now: Once that technology exists, everything stops..."
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08 Mar 2017 These Are The Most Hack-Able Passwords Out There -- Is Yours One Of Them? [61331]
Forbes, March 8th, 2017

"The threat quantum computers pose on encryption is weighing on the minds of some of the world's most technologically advanced nations: In 2016 alone, the EU announced a $1.13B investment in the discipline, the UK pledged nearly $300M, Australia put in $25M and Canada devoted $50M. Why? These world powers acknowledge the swift progress being made towards quantum computing that threatens traditional encryption. They're right to be investing now: Once that technology exists, everything stops..."
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12 Feb 2017 4 Trends In 2017 That Every Developer Needs To Understand [60354]
InformationWeek, February 3rd, 2017

"Developers need to be ready for the opportunities that quantum computing, big data, and mixed reality might bring to all computing sectors, including commercial computing, in 2017," writes Martin Puryear in InformationWeek.

"2017 takes us one step closer to a future articulated in classic and influential science fiction (such as the Jetsons). Artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and quantum computing teeter on the brink of mainstream. As a coding instructor and curriculum designer I spend a lot of time thinking about where the tech industry is headed, to prepare my students for that new world. Here are several trends I think will dominate software development in 2017..."
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