The hardware doesn't yet exist, but languages for quantum coding are ready to www.americanscientist.org/issues/pub/programming-your-quantum-computer
go. ... The year is 2024, and I have just brought home my first quantum computer.
So why not build a digital computer out of quantum-mechanical devices, letting www.americanscientist.org/issues/pub/the-square-root-of-not
particle spins or the energy levels of atoms stand for binary units of information?
Using a few ultracold ions, intense lasers and some electrodes, researchers have www.americanscientist.org/science/pub/first-programmable-quantum-computer-created
built the first programmable quantum computer. The new system, described in ...
quantum computer. Can I express my ideas in a familiar programming lan- guagewww.americanscientist.org/libraries/documents/2013121015322610094-2014-01HayesCompSci.pdf
, with all the usual algorithmic idioms, such as loops and if-then-else.
Such are the dreams of quantum computing, an emerging science that enlists www.americanscientist.org/bookshelf/pub/seth-lloyd
elementary particles to process information. To a quantum engineer, everything
Quantum Computer Science is a gentle and clearly written textbook that www.americanscientist.org/bookshelf/pub/inside-information
introduces the theory of quantum information processing, or quantum
computation for ...
SCIENCE IN THE NEWS WEEKLY. Entanglement Both Boon and Bane in www.americanscientist.org/science/pub/entanglement-both-boon-and-bane-in-quantum-computing
Quantum Computing. Spooky quantum entanglement, a mysterious link between
One of the most complex efforts toward a quantum computer has been ... in the www.americanscientist.org/science/pub/-1834
U.S. It uses the strange "quantum states" of matter to perform calculations in a ...
Quantum Computing with Ions. from the Scientific American. Over the past www.americanscientist.org/science/pub/quantum-computing-with-ions-
several decades technological advances have dramatically boosted the speed
For the first time, physicists have completed a simulation—in this case, of the www.americanscientist.org/issues/pub/2016/5/briefings-15
formation of particles and their antiparticles—on a quantum computer.
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