Most technologists have some basic understanding of quantum computing. Quantum bits are represented by qubits, and information isn’t simply a zero or one, it can be both at the same time, representing much more information. A quantum effect known as entanglement linking two particles allows instantaneous communication.
Ultimately, quantum computing promises to be a disruptive technology with such dramatic speed improvements that real tractable solutions to hard problems could be solved in hours and days. These same problems would take hundreds of years to solve on our best supercomputers, known as a classical computer, by brute-forcing their way searching through all possible solutions.
Reference: Ludlow, Nella. Forbes. Why Quantum Computing's Time Is Now. Feb 24, 2019. Date Accessed - Dec 27, 2020.
Quantum Computing is regarded as one of the most disruptive technology as well as emerging technology[1,2]. This field has attracted a lot of computational startups and investments in the recent years[3, 4, 5]. With such a pretty new field to learn and work on lacks some material/online courses to self learn Quantum Computing from Computer Science and Engineering perspective. So, the question focuses on the good quality resources to/for:
Self-Learning Quantum Computing to build Quantum Computing Simulations on a digital Computer.
Development of software, programming of such computer systems.
Hardware and Physical implementation from the perspective of CS Engineers.
Deployment and Integration (hybrid systems) with Digital Computer.
Related areas of disruption of cryptography, internet, data, AI, etc.
The answers may be answered in the forms of links/resources to - scientific articles, papers, online courses/videos and Books that can aid or teach self learner Quantum Computing.
Vance, Jeff. Network World. 10 hot quantum-computing startups to watch. Feb 15, 2019. Date Accessed - Dec 27, 2020.
Bajpai, Prableem. Nasdaq. Quantum Computing: How To Invest In It, And Which Companies Are Leading the Way?. Feb 11, 2020. Date Accessed - Dec 27, 2020.
Qureca. Overview on quantum initiatives worldwide. Sept 7, 2020. Date Accessed - Dec 27.