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Quantum Computer in a Nutshell (Documentary)

The reservoir of possibilities offered by the fundamental laws of Nature, is the key point in the development of science and technology. Quantum computing is the next step on the road to broaden...

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Scientific American

Scientific American
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 07:42:59 -0800

By extension, the set of qubits comprising the memory of a quantum computer could exist in every possible combination of 1s and 0s at once. Where a classical computer has to try each combination in turn, a quantum computer could process all those ...

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Register
Wed, 26 Nov 2014 07:28:54 -0800

Oxford boffins have vowed to have the largest quantum computer ever made up and running within five years and help Blighty regain its place at the top of the tech world. The government has announced the creation of four "Quantum Technology Hubs" which ...

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ZME Science
Tue, 25 Nov 2014 08:46:09 -0800

Before a quantum computer made up of enough qubits to perform meaningful computations can be scaled, however, scientists need to improve the quality of qubit manipulation. If the qubits aren't perfectly controlled, then errors can creep through that ...
 
The Register
Thu, 04 Dec 2014 00:03:45 -0800

It presents a demonstration that used liquid crystal nuclear magnetic resonance – NMR – as the quantum computer, operating at 300 Kelvin with four qubits represented as nuclear spins. (From there, Vulture South has to confess being beaten by the ...

BBC News

BBC News
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 07:50:04 -0800

A quantum computer works very differently. Because it uses as its bits tiny particles , either atoms or subatomic particles, these are subject to the laws of quantum physics. That means they can be in two states at the same time, so a quantum bit (or ...

The Guardian

The Guardian
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 07:03:15 -0800

Simulating the behaviour of molecules would also be possible on a quantum computer and this could help pharmaceutical companies design more effective drugs. The interrogation of big databases would also be dramatically speeded up. A quantum ...
 
Phys.Org
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 06:20:03 -0800

Illustration of “braids,” i.e., the trajectories of anyon quasiparticles through time as they move around each other. Braiding patterns can form the logic gates in a quantum computer, and have the advantage of being more stable than trapped particles ...

CIO Magazine

The Register
Mon, 01 Dec 2014 15:17:42 -0800

CommBank CIO David Whiteing says the donation is in tune with the bank's support for Australian industry, suggests global attempts to develop a working quantum computer are akin to the space race and notes that a quantum machine would have useful ...
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