Quantum Computing

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Earlier last month, thermostat-company Honeywell announced that it had managed to create the world’s most powerful quantum computer, leaving behind the two major rivals in the field – Google and IBM. Honeywell claimed that its system works using more efficient technology. IBM and Google use superconducting quantum bits (“qubits”) in their systems, but Honeywell decided […]
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In a world where the word “supremacy” has negative political connotations (does “white supremacy” ring a bell?), John Preskill, a professor of theoretical physics at the California Institute of Technology, couldn’t find a more accurate term to describe the advantages of Quantum Physics over its classical counterpart, which is why he coined the term “quantum […]
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In the context of wave particle duality just like light has “particles” called photons, sound also has particles called phonons. These particles, in-fact, are quasiparticles – a phenomenon that occurs when a microscopically complicated system behaves as if it were a particle. A quantum computer can deliver technology’s long-promised ability to help scientists do things […]

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