IBM researcher Kristan Temme explains how the etanglement phenomenon of perfect correlation holds true even if you measure your entangled particles at opposite ends of the galaxy.
Researcher David Gossets explains quantum computing. Just like with classical computing, you need a set of instructions that represent a problem-solving approach (i.e. an algorithm), and you need a machine that can execute those instructions (i.e. a computer).
Scientist Sarah Sheldon picked out three examples on how quantum gates work to get you started with a quantum computer right away.