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Thursday, 8 July 2021

China claims to have taken the lead in the quantum race with 66-qubits processor


Quantum supremacy or quantum advantage is achieved when a quantum computer can solve a problem that no standard computer can in a feasible amount of time. This was first accomplished by Google with the Sycamore, a 53-qubit quantum computer that completed a calculation in 200 seconds that would take a...

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