The breakthrough, made by researchers at Caltech, Fermilab and NASA, among others, is a step towards a practical quantum internet.
Until this week, there was no conclusive proof that quantum computers have an advantage over classical computers.
“Our research brought these amazingly sophisticated events called life to the realm of the atomic and microscopic world …and it worked.”
These special quantum computers are able to model physical interactions that are too complex for conventional supercomputers.
The only thing that remains is to actually build it.
A passive three-stage anti-Trojan security protocol.
It makes a lot of sense actually.
This could be big news for quantum computing.
information stored in the quantum bits known as qubits is so fragile that just the act of observing turns it to junk.
A pair of Australian teams mimic a transistor and beat the world record for keeping a qubit intact.