IBM-Q Quantum Experience Part II

My first game running on a quantum computer


If you are familiar with rock-paper-scissors and like quantum computing, you will love this game!

IBM-Q Quantum Experience

My first steps in programming a real quantum computer

IBM's Q lab at its T.J. Watson research facility.	(Connie Zhou/IBM)

Albert Einstein thought the idea of Quantum Entanglement had to be incorrect. He called this "Spooky action at a distance". Unfortunately for him, he was proven wrong by the researchers of NIST.

Because I'm not an expert on quantum mechanics, I won't try to explain it in layman's terms, but if you need beginners-information I can recommend the book (with Isaac Chuang) and articles by Michael Nielsen. He does a great job in explaining the fundamentals of quantum mechanics and computing.