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China develops chip that allows for two-dimensional Quantum walks, have exponential superiority in quantum searching and quantum simulation applications

Quantum walks are the quantum version of classical random walks, which are a mathematical means for describing a natural random walk, e.g., simply wandering around randomly.   In a “classical random walk”, you could imagine someone starting at the centre of a city, and making a random decision at each …

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DARPA develops Testbed to test space warfare strategies integrated with air, cyber, land, and maritime domains

As the space domain has become more congested and militarized  the potential for intentional and unintentional threats to space system assets has increased. To mitigate these threats, the Department of Defense (DOD) has undertaken a variety of initiatives to enhance its network of sensors and systems to provide space situational awareness …

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DARPA’s APT to transform genetic modified plants into military sensors of chemical, biological, radiological, and electromagnetic signals.

DARPA has launched a new surveillance program which plans to use genetically engineered plant as battlefield surveillance sensors. DARPA’s new Advanced Plant Technologies (APT) program looks to seemingly simple plants as the next generation of intelligence gatherers. Traditional sensors are not always optimal for  obtaining timely, accurate information as national security …

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US and China to deploy quantum ghost imaging sensors on battlefield and satellites for stealth plane tracking

China is developing a new type of spy satellite using ghost imaging technology which could spot stealth aircraft and see through smokescreens and camouflage.   Ron Meyers, quantum physicist at the Army Research Laboratory. Meyers explained ghost imaging, a technique that allows a high resolution camera to produce an image …

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