These special quantum computers are able to model physical interactions that are too complex for conventional supercomputers.
D-Wave's quantum annealers face a fundamental limitation when it comes to scaling: temperature.
IBM, Google and others are racing to achieve quantum supremacy.
A study posted this week shows the two-year-old machine beating out a classical computer 100 million times over.
One D-Wave's biggest supporters hires one of its biggest skeptics.
Lindsay's latest work, powered by waves of LED set to the sound of a quantum computer, is somewhere between what science calls "the emergent" and the unknown.
D-Wave has a boy-who-cried-wolf problem.