Browse and contribute with innovatives ways of using quantum computing and Qiskit.
Eduardo Gonzalez, Jairo Kishi, Yohei Wakabayashi, Unchalisa Taetragool, Daniel Serrano
“Quantum Duel” is the first online multiplayer quantum game. Two players compete to be the fastest on writing a quantum circuit.
Harold Co, Elena Peña Tapia, Nozomi Tanetani, Jean Philippe Arias Zapata, Lucía García Sánchez-Carnerero
A quantum approach to image processing (encoding, edge detection & image matching) with a cool application => mapping the Earth at night.
Asier Arranz, Makoto Nakai, Eden Chen, Liu Sitong, Yinjie Zhou, Sam Tonetto
Automation of the quantum circuit building process by using reinforcement learning and validating the method by performing simple numerical experiments on a Bell State.
The Quantalier is a visual experiment based on IBM Q’s quantum computers. Physically made of over 1000 LEDs and a Raspberry Pi, the shape of the Quantalier reflects the interior elements of a real quantum computer.
Daniel Bultrini, Enrique de la Torre and Xiang Nan
A reinterpretation of the classical Conway Game of Life by incorporating quantum physics to the rules and speeding up new state generation.
The Quantum Music Composer application enables a user to compose music that is performed by a quantum computer or quantum simulator.
Play TicTacToe against a quantum computer, which can use 3 different strategies to try and win.
The QiskitBlocks application teaches quantum computing concepts using Qiskit, in the context of a Minetest block world.
A simple dice roller app using quantum computing to generate random numbers.