Jul 8, 2016

We might finally have a way to build circuits for the world’s first quantum computers

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Another article on QC where the author is not well connected or knowledgeable about the details on QC’s advancement on entanglement. I suggest the author to learn about the use of Synthetic Diamonds in controlling and managing entanglement plus we now have a way to detect & trace high-dimensional entanglement that I shared 20 days ago. I suggest if authors wish to write on QC please make sure that you have the latest information so that your better informed.

The computers of today have just about hit their limits, and scientists around the world are scrambling to build the first viable quantum computer — a machine that could increase processing speeds 100-million-fold.

The biggest challenge in scaling up a quantum computer is figuring out how to entangle enough quantum bits (qubits) to perform calculations, but a team of engineers in the US say they might finally have a solution.

Quantum computers are set to revolutionise how we process data in the future, because they’re not limited to the 1s and 0s of binary code that today’s computers rely on. That binary code is holding us back, because if you can only use a combination of 1s and 0s, there’s a finite amount of data that can be processed, no matter how fast you go.

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