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IBM’s latest quantum chip breaks the elusive 100-qubit barrier
The journey to Eagle wasn't easy, and it's only a pitstop on the way to IBM's 1,000-qubit vision.
Good news! We’re probably not living in a computer simulation.
It's virtually impossible.
The Race To Prove ‘Spooky’ Quantum Connection May Have a Winner
Entanglement breakthrough could lead to unhackable Internet
The Human Eye Can See Individual Particles Of Light
A minimum of three, to be exact
Quantum Paths Of Desire And Other Amazing Images Of The Week
Solving the mysteries of the universe
MIT Scientist Offers $100,000 to Anyone Who Can Prove Quantum Computing Is Impossible
Scott Aaronson, a scientist at MIT who works mostly with theoretical quantum computers, issued a challenge to all of those...
Air Force Researchers are Building Simple Quantum Computers Out of Holograms
In a paper far too daunting for a Monday, researchers at the Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) have described a...
Video: Supercooled Quantum Levitating Hoverboard Lets Students Glide on Air
You probably saw that super viral quantum locking levitation video that bounced all over the Web last week (though technically...
Two Key Advances Bring Quantum Computers Closer to Reality Than Ever
Researchers on two continents are reporting two big breakthroughs in quantum computing today — a quantum system built on the...
In Quantum Computing Leap, Tiny Lasers Target Individual Atoms
If we’re ever going to create the next-gen quantum computers that promise to solve complex and difficult problems at super-fast...