Author: PennyLane team

PennyLane v0.16 released

Category: release | Author: PennyLane team
We’re excited to announce PennyLane v0.16. This release comes with many new modules, features, and improvements. Some highlights are the new Fourier and kernels modules, resource estimation, new transforms, and new operations.

Taking stock of quantum machine learning—a critical perspective

Category: videos | Author: PennyLane Team
PennyLane’s very own Maria Schuld recently gave a talk at the inaugural QML Meetup, summarizing some critical quantum machine learning insights. Check out the video below to learn why variational quantum models have a scaling problem, why the way we encode data must become more than an incidental choice …

Contributing to Pennylane with Jack Ceroni

Category: videos | Author: PennyLane Team
Interested in hearing more about what it’s like to develop PennyLane? On the latest Quantum Computing Now podcast, Ethan Hansen sits down with PennyLane developer Jack Ceroni to hear about his experiences getting started with quantum, how he got into quantum software development, and answer the question “what in …

IonQ’s trapped ion hardware now available via PennyLane

Category: plugins | Author: PennyLane Team
We are excited to announce that PennyLane now natively supports quantum computing devices provided by IonQ! 🎉🍾 IonQ is the leading provider of quantum computers based on trapped ions. With long coherence times and all-to-all connectivity, trapped ions make a great hardware substrate for testing complex quantum computing algorithms, like those …

PennyLane v0.15 released

Category: release | Author: PennyLane team
We’re excited to announce PennyLane v0.15, which comes with many new and exciting features. These include a new hardware device integration, more flexible shot control, brand new operations, and new methods for working with more powerful quantum circuits.

QHack—the quantum machine learning hackathon

Category: qhack | Author: PennyLane Team
Part hackathon, part fan expo, part scientific conference, QHack offered a new kind of experience in the quantum space. Like all the best events, it had a teaser trailer, a vintage poster, its own theme music (imagine Daft Punk remixed the Knight Rider intro music), and a top-notch swag game …