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Archive of posts tagged: Quantum Computing
The Coming of the Quantum Age

The Coming of the Quantum Age

Much of the recent explosion in interest in quantum computing has been driven by the arrival of the “Near-term Intermediate Scale Quantum” era (abbreviated “NISQ”), in which several experimental groups in academic and industrial labs are now able to implement quantum...

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The Case for Quantum Computing

The Case for Quantum Computing

In a recent IEEE Spectrum article, Mikhail Dyakonov makes The Case Against Quantum Computing, focusing on the idea that building a quantum computer would require precise control over 2300 continuous variables. This view is absolutely correct if we were building an...

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