Quantum information science to change the world
Gesara.news » News » Quantum information science to change the worldNews Date: July 22, 2020
Trump administration establishes $75 million quantum computing centers.
Trump: Quantum information science has the potential to change the world. But to realize that potential, we must first answer some fundamental research questions.
The White House Office of Science and Technology Policy and the National Science Foundation (NSF) announced Tuesday the establishment of three quantum computing centers across the nation, involving an investment of $75 million.
The establishment of the centers stems from a provision in the National Quantum Initiative Act: www.congress.gov
The Federal Reserve is committed to using widely accepted standards in designing the FedNow Service to aid in accomplishing the key goals of achieving nationwide reach for instant payments and promoting interoperability with the existing private-sector service. To support these goals, the service will use the widely accepted ISO 20022 standard.
The Federal Reserve intends to launch the FedNow Service as soon as practicably possible. Although the target release date remains 2023 or 2024.
The quantum internet is a network that will let quantum devices exchange some information within an environment that harnesses the odd laws of quantum mechanics.
In theory, this would lend the quantum internet unprecedented capabilities that are impossible to carry out with current web applications.
Keeping free energy from the people at large has been the greatest crime against humanity ever committed. It is the theft of our personal freedom and potential, as well as our collective future, of perpetual peace and prosperity! There are only two things that can save (free) humanity at this point in history. The first, being God; the other, is free energy.
Quantum vacuum energy extraction and more Free Energy Patents Are Finally Being Issued.
The substantive requirements of applications will remain the same with the new system making the filing process more intuitive and minimizing paper applications and communications.