Twitter | Search | |
Rigetti Computing
We're a full-stack quantum computing company offering the world's only quantum-first integrated cloud platform, Quantum Cloud Services.
605
Tweets
476
Following
9,179
Followers
Tweets
Rigetti Computing retweeted
Quantum Programming Studio Jan 23
Online tool to convert QUIL quantum computer language to other formats - preview / coming soon: (will be integrated into Quantum Programming Studio)
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Jan 22
interviewed our SVP of Applications about for finance in advance of his keynote on March 17 in NYC. Read the full interview and register for the conference on the AIDST blog:
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Jan 21
Our SVP of Applications, , will be speaking at 's event on January 28 in Washington, DC. Register with our discount code: Rigetti-MITEF-Quantum
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
AI & Data Science in Trading Jan 21
Head to our blog for an interview with one of the speakers, Michael Brett of ; one of the companies pioneering , and heavily focused on Finance applications. To read the full interview, visit:
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
SiliconRepublic Jan 16
This week, we’re looking at some digital technology pioneers shaking up their industries, including , , , , , , and
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Jan 14
Replying to @rigetti
If you're interested in reproducing the analysis and plots from the paper, feel free to check out the open-sourced code and datasets on GitHub.
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Jan 14
Near-term applications of quantum computing require a hybrid architecture. Our latest paper details the software enhancements and resulting performance improvements that make QCS the fastest quantum platform available.
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
MITEFDC Jan 9
Very excited about our upcoming computing event January 28. Speakers include Bo Ewald , Christopher Monroe , Joseph Broz , . Join us to learn more about computing
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
'(Robert Smith) Jan 8
Mathematicians 👩🏽‍🏫, computer scientists 🧑🏻‍💻, hackers 👨‍🔧! @ Rigetti, my team—which does quantum programming tools/OS’s—will be opening some positions soon. Quantum compilers, PSU(2ⁿ), lang. runtimes, static type checkers, Lisp compilers, and experimental quantum physics. [1/3]
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
Constellation R Dec 30
Congrats to the companies listed on the Constellation ShortList™ for Quantum Computing Platforms by
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
Quantum Programming Studio Dec 20
It's alive! It's alive! (not Frankenstein). We just published Forest backend for Qiskit: now you can run your code on simulators and/or quantum computers. 2 minute tutorial: PyPI:
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
Christian Weedbrook Dec 18
New quantum machine learning paper by the team! Transfer learning now for hybrid classical-quantum neural networks and running on and hardware using !
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
IEEE Quantum Dec 17
Can you guess what made ' "The Most Important Of 2019?" list? Give yourself three cheers if you said "". Here's why it was so important this year:
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing retweeted
Andreas Wallraff Nov 30
Fun day talking about with Nicolas Didier , Charles Neill and presenting our own new results at the conference : Perspectives Quantum Computing NISQ & beyond in Paris.
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Dec 16
It's a full house for the workshop on Quantum Computing this week!
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Dec 12
Replying to @pranavm1502
The slide highlighted recent R&D results, which will always be leading edge over production systems. Plus, we publish the median T1 averaged across all the qubits on a chip, which is naturally lower than a max T1.
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Dec 12
They are for multi-qubit processors, as you can see in the diagram above the crosstalk plot (our 16Q Aspen). See this page for recent median specs on our 32Q Aspen processor
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Dec 12
Yes, in fact we published a paper last year on optimizations to our fabrication process that increased coherence times to over 100us, and we've been making steady improvements since.
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Dec 12
They sure are!
Reply Retweet Like
Rigetti Computing Dec 11
Replying to @katzgraber
My my, how the tables have turned!
Reply Retweet Like