The first true quantum computers may be released next year.
“We plan to use the network for national defense, finance and other fields, and hope to spread it out as a pilot that if successful, can be used across China and the whole world.”
This is an essential step towards establishing a global-scale quantum internet.
Your move, human.
Forget the cloud — DNA computers can work at 100 billion terabytes.
This fun, easy and in-depth video explains the complexities of quantum computing and how it could dramatically change our lives once it's here.
An experiment performed at NCNR resulted in precise measurements of two aspects of neutron beta decay. The findings also help to confirm the Standard Model.
Light meets matter and mixes, allowing scientists to uncover the quantum nature of light.
This should let scientists conclusively prove that quantum computers really can do things traditional computers can't.
Sending pulses in the "wrong" order could change the future of quantum computing.
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