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Quantum computing is making its way to Thailand. To get ready, join us in the first quantum hackathon in Thailand hosted by Kasikorn Business-Technology Group (KBTG) together with Quantum Technology Foundation (Thailand) (QTFT), and IBM. The date of the event will be announced soon. This webinar serves as an introduction to the event as well as live Q&A with experts from finance and quantum computing industries. In this webinar, you [...]

High PM2.5 in Bangkok during winter has recently caught public attention. Yet, the Thai government’s response seems slow and fails to provide any long-term solution. Moreover, back in 2019, government officials still disagree on what are the major sources of the air pollution in Bangkok. There are four possible sources of PM2.5: the temperature inversion effect, industrial activities, traffic, and agricultural burning. Identifying the major sources of the air pollution [...]

Let’s start quantum computer programming with Blueqat! We know mastering quantum computer programming is very difficult. But, using Blueqat, a quantum computing SDK, you can learn quantum computer programming very easily. This webinar is for beginners of quantum computer programming. For the first 20-30mins, we will talk about the basic concepts of quantum computers and Blueqat. After the explanation, we will actually use Blueqat to write a quantum computer program. [...]

Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) have recently proven successful for many complex applications ranging from image recognition to precision medicine. Motivated by recent advances in realizing quantum information processors, I introduce and analyze a quantum circuit-based algorithm inspired by CNNs. Our quantum convolutional neural network (QCNN) uses only O(log(N)) variational parameters for input sizes of N qubits, allowing for its efficient training and implementation on realistic, near-term quantum devices. To explicitly […]

Are there computational tasks in which quantum computers can achieve beyond what any classical algorithm can do, even those yet undiscovered? The experimental race for these tasks, know as quantum supremacy, in near-term quantum devices continues to this day. These theoretical proofs of quantum supremacy all rule out classical simulations of certain quantum system by arguing that if such simulations are possible, then there will be a devastating consequence, “collapse […]

It is well-known that integrable systems are exceptionally rare since most (nonlinear) differential equations exhibit chaotic behaviour and no explicit solutions can be obtained. Informally, integrability is the property of a system that allows the solution to be solved in finite steps of operations (or integrations). In more simply speaking, integrability enables us to solve the set of equations in a closed form or in terms of quadratures (ordinary […]

Atomic qubit have been one of the main candidates for future quantum computer. But how far is it from a perfect quantum computing platform? What are the advantages or the challenges for using natural atoms and ions? And what about the comparison to other possible platforms? In this month QTFT webinar, we will have three atomic-qubit experts joining us: Polnop Samutpraphoot, a graduate student working with cold atoms and nanophotonics [...]

Over the past few years, there has been several breakthroughs in astrophysics related to black holes, namely the first detection of gravitational wave which led to the Nobel prize in physics in 2017, and the first direct image of the supermassive black hole in the center of the galaxy M87, announced just ast week. In this talk, I will attempt to explain these milestone discoveries in layman's terms, covering the [...]

In the first part, the talk will cover the bi-directional relationship between artificial intelligence and law. From the legal point of view, artificial intelligence will influence the nature and dynamic of societal structure and interaction, hence the law. Some laws will become obsolete or virtually useless. For example, most traffic laws will become totally unnecessary if the self-driving vehicles eventually become the new normal. On the contrary, existing laws will [...]

This is an introduction on using quantum systems as sensors. These sensors can utilize quantum mechanical properties to enhance their performance for detecting classical, real world signals. Moreover, they allow access to an unprecedented regime where a single molecule or even a single electron can be detected, and their nanoscale dynamics can be observed. The talk will begin with a discussion of general sensing applications and a brief overview of [...]