1. Quantum Programming: Map Coloring Example

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    Programming a quantum computer is quite different than a conventional system. This video uses a map coloring example to show one method of programming a D-Wave quantum system.

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    • Building a Commercial Quantum Computer, Jeremy Hilton, VP Processor Development

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      D-Wave Systems builds the world's first and only commercial quantum computers. The scientists, engineers and executives here are among the many people who have contributed to this historic achievement. About D-Wave Systems Inc. Founded in 1999, D-Wave’s mission is to integrate new discoveries in physics and computer science into breakthrough approaches to computation. The company’s flagship product, the 512-qubit D-Wave Two™ computer, is built around a novel type of superconducting processor that uses quantum mechanics to massively accelerate computation. Recently D-Wave announced the installation of a D-Wave Two system at the new Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab created jointly by NASA, Google and USRA. This came soon after Lockheed-Martin’s purchase of an upgrade of their 128-qubit D-Wave One™ system to a 512-qubit D-Wave Two computer. With headquarters near Vancouver, Canada, the D-Wave U.S. offices are located in Palo Alto, California. D‑Wave has a blue-chip investor base including Bezos Expeditions, Business Development Bank of Canada, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Goldman Sachs, Growthworks, Harris & Harris Group, In-Q-Tel, International Investment and Underwriting, and Kensington Partners Limited. For more information, visit: www.dwavesys.com or learn more at www.youtube.com/user/dwavesystems

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      • Overcoming Challenges - Murray Thom, Research Engineer, D-Wave Systems

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        D-Wave Systems builds the world's first and only commercial quantum computers. The scientists, engineers and executives here are among the many people who have contributed to this historic achievement. About D-Wave Systems Inc. Founded in 1999, D-Wave’s mission is to integrate new discoveries in physics and computer science into breakthrough approaches to computation. The company’s flagship product, the 512-qubit D-Wave Two™ computer, is built around a novel type of superconducting processor that uses quantum mechanics to massively accelerate computation. Recently D-Wave announced the installation of a D-Wave Two system at the new Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab created jointly by NASA, Google and USRA. This came soon after Lockheed-Martin’s purchase of an upgrade of their 128-qubit D-Wave One™ system to a 512-qubit D-Wave Two computer. With headquarters near Vancouver, Canada, the D-Wave U.S. offices are located in Palo Alto, California. D‑Wave has a blue-chip investor base including Bezos Expeditions, Business Development Bank of Canada, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Goldman Sachs, Growthworks, Harris & Harris Group, In-Q-Tel, International Investment and Underwriting, and Kensington Partners Limited. For more information, visit: www.dwavesys.com or learn more at www.youtube.com/user/dwavesystems

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        • Building Part 2, The Path Not Taken

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          D-Wave offers the world's first commercial quantum computers. This video is from a series of interviews with scientists, engineers and managers at D-Wave.

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          • Quantum Journey with Eric Ladizinsky, Co-Founder and Chief Scientist, D-Wave Systems

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            D-Wave Systems builds the world's first and only commercial quantum computers. The scientists, engineers and executives here are among the many people who have contributed to this historic achievement. About D-Wave Systems Inc. Founded in 1999, D-Wave’s mission is to integrate new discoveries in physics and computer science into breakthrough approaches to computation. The company’s flagship product, the 512-qubit D-Wave Two™ computer, is built around a novel type of superconducting processor that uses quantum mechanics to massively accelerate computation. Recently D-Wave announced the installation of a D-Wave Two system at the new Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab created jointly by NASA, Google and USRA. This came soon after Lockheed-Martin’s purchase of an upgrade of their 128-qubit D-Wave One™ system to a 512-qubit D-Wave Two computer. With headquarters near Vancouver, Canada, the D-Wave U.S. offices are located in Palo Alto, California. D‑Wave has a blue-chip investor base including Bezos Expeditions, Business Development Bank of Canada, Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Goldman Sachs, Growthworks, Harris & Harris Group, In-Q-Tel, International Investment and Underwriting, and Kensington Partners Limited. For more information, visit: www.dwavesys.com or learn more at www.youtube.com/user/dwavesystems

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            • Building Part 6 Programming Interface

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              Geordie Rose PhD

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              • Building Part 5 How quiet is it?

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                Geordie Rose

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                • Building Part 4 How cold is it?

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                  Geordie Rose PhD

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                  • Building Part 3 Niobium chips

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                    Geordie Rose PhD

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                    • Part One - Gathering the Science

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                      Geordie Rose, PhD

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