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Programming Your Quantum Computer » American Scientist

The hardware doesn't yet exist, but languages for quantum coding are ready to
go. ... The year is 2024, and I have just brought home my first quantum computer.

The Square Root of NOT » American Scientist

So why not build a digital computer out of quantum-mechanical devices, letting
particle spins or the energy levels of atoms stand for binary units of information?

First Programmable Quantum Computer Created » American Scientist

Using a few ultracold ions, intense lasers and some electrodes, researchers have
built the first programmable quantum computer. The new system, described in ...

Brian Hayes

quantum computer. Can I express my ideas in a familiar programming lan- guage
, with all the usual algorithmic idioms, such as loops and if-then-else.

An interview with Seth Lloyd » American Scientist

Such are the dreams of quantum computing, an emerging science that enlists
elementary particles to process information. To a quantum engineer, everything
in ...

Inside Information » American Scientist

Quantum Computer Science is a gentle and clearly written textbook that
introduces the theory of quantum information processing, or quantum
computation for ...

Entanglement Both Boon and Bane in Quantum Computing ...

SCIENCE IN THE NEWS WEEKLY. Entanglement Both Boon and Bane in
Quantum Computing. Spooky quantum entanglement, a mysterious link between

Quantum Computing Device Hints at Powerful Future » American ...

One of the most complex efforts toward a quantum computer has been ... in the
U.S. It uses the strange "quantum states" of matter to perform calculations in a ...

Quantum Computing with Ions » American Scientist

Quantum Computing with Ions. from the Scientific American. Over the past
several decades technological advances have dramatically boosted the speed
and ...

Briefings » American Scientist

For the first time, physicists have completed a simulation—in this case, of the
formation of particles and their antiparticles—on a quantum computer.

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