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Windows 7: Quantum computers: new stuff

17 Jun 2013   #1

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Quantum computers: new stuff

Hello all, I was just going through Wikipedia and saw this article...

Thought of sharing with all of you. I read the article and was amazed. As per this article if we are able to make this type of computer than a 48 Quantum bits computer will be more faster than the most evolved processor we have today.

Think, if are able to make such computer...then what?
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