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Recently, researchers in The Netherlands from QuTech firm located in Delft presented a roadmap to build the first quantum internet. Since significant resources have been allocated by tech giants for the development of the quantum computers in the past few years, the appearance of a worldwide network based on quantum technology seems inevitable. At this moment, QuTech’s explanatory guide to...
Quantum physics is fascinating in theory and its future applications in computing industry will prove revolutionary as they already did in other industries, like electronics and scanners manufacturing, mobile phones, magnetic resonance imaging. Quantum physics reveals the concept of “coherence superposition” as described in Quantum Engineering: Concept and Implementation and which in short represents the property of objects to be...

Cyber Innovation

Without expanding frontiers of digital innovation Canadian firms and all sources would not be able to substantially contribute to the continuous Canadian economic growth. With digital infrastructure developments, their shortcomings and challenges come along like those already mentioned in the previous article Cyber security challenges and solutions. While growing the digital networks and the digital economy the cyber security industry is...
Canadian firms developing cyber security substantially commenced their contribution to both cyber research and infrastructure and to the Canadian economy. Canada is a world leader unraveling many breakthroughs in cyber security research and development. The role of the Canadian government rises to support advanced cyber research and cyber infrastructure companies to expand, develop and promote cyber security technologies and...
The consequences of cyber incidents have harmful effects on the public safety and depending on how they are targeted can also seriously compromise the national security. Financially they can constitute the cause for losing everything and the recovery of software systems and networks and restoring them to the initial state before the cyber attacks would require immediate, huge costs and...
Within past decades, along with the software development, more malicious software makes its way in the networks and computers of different organizations, large or small, private, public or governmental, existing or newly created. Therefore, the Cyber security Strategy established by the Government of Canada is designed to stay, and develop to counteract the existing vulnerability of networks of all...
Along with technological developments, new concepts and paradigm shifts, it becomes imperative to enhance the Canadian cyber security infrastructure. Recognizing the threat that cyber attack present to the national infrastructure, and that for the past three years the cyber attacks on the government networks increased despite the decrease in overall cyber attacks in the Canadian infrastructure, the Government of Canada...
A cutting-edge brain implant is making history by empowering people with paralysis to perform certain actions and to control them from a commercial tablet device. Indeed the implant resulted from advanced scientific research from BrainGate in collaboration with Brown University, Stanford University, the Province Veterans Affairs Medical Centre, Massachusetts General Hospital, all these organizations located in the USA helps people with...
AI penetrates many industries and in retail, it displays one of the highest increase. Capgemini Research Institute mentions a seven times increase in AI use compared to 2016. Despite the growth in implementing AI, in fact, only one percent of retailers manage to scale it across the market chain. The prospects for AI scalability show a $300 billion earnings even at existing...
Continued from Quantum Computers: Problem Solving and Challenges More challenges lay at the basis of creating the world’s first quantum computer. Given the qubits’ – information carriers in the quantum network - entanglement and that the addition of one single qubit to the analysis magnifies dramatically the size of the math problem it is unlikely to continue using even the most...