Who will build Europe’s first exascale computer – and with what, and why — The Next Web

For Europe, which is minus the United Kingdom after its Brexit separation, the Forschungszentrum Jülich in Germany is that elite exascale pioneer, writes Timothy Prickett Morgan.

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Advanced quantum computer made available to the public for first time — NewScientist

Jonathan Lavoie at Xanadu Quantum Technologies in Toronto, Canada, and his colleagues have built a quantum computer called Borealis that uses particles of light, or photons, travelling through a series of fibre-optic loops to solve a problem known as boson sampling, writes Alex Wilkins.