A trio of separate research teams from three different continents published individual papers indicating similar quantum computing breakthroughs yesterday. All three were funded in part by the US Army and each paper appears to be a slam dunk for the future of quantum computing.
But only one of them heralds the onset of the age of nuclear quantum computers.
Maybe it’s the whole concept of entanglement, but for a long time it’s felt like we were suspended in a state where functional quantum machines were both “right around the corner” and “decades or more away.”
But the past few years have seen a more rapid advancement toward functional quantum systems than most technologists could have imagined in their wildest dreams.
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