Search Results for quantum computing (264)

  1. Can Quantum Dots Compute?

    Connected quantum dots may form the building blocks of a solid-state quantum computer

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  2. A First for Quantum Computing?

    Canadian company D-Wave has sold its first quantum computer, but doubts remain about exactly how quantum it really is

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  3. Cryptographers Take On Quantum Computers

    Researchers prepare for the day when quantum computers can easily crack today's codes

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  4. Loser: D-Wave Does Not Quantum Compute

    D-Wave Systems' quantum computers look to be bigger, costlier, and slower than conventional ones

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  5. A Big Step Toward a Silicon Quantum Computer

    Control of nuclear spin is key to a practical silicon quantum computer

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  6. Quantum Leap For Quantum Computing

    Lead teams converge around ion chips

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  7. Scientists Confirm D-Wave's Computer Chips Compute Using Quantum Mechanics

    Testing finds a controversial quantum computer may actually be using quantum mechanics

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  8. Practical Quantum Computers Creep Closer to Reality

    Physicists find quantum versions of both feedback control and classical computer architecture

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  9. D-Wave's Quantum Computing Claim Disputed Again

    New research casts doubt on evidence for D-Wave's machine performing large-scale quantum computing

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  10. Why I'm Wagering $100,000 on Quantum Computing

    If quantum computing really does turn out to be impossible for some fundamental reason, I'll be absolutely thrilled.

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