MIT scientists build world's first scalable quantum computer

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MIT scientists build world's first scalable quantum computer
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MIT scientists build world's first scalable quantum computer

Quantum computing now "much more an engineering effort, and not a basic physics question," claims MIT professor Isaac Chuang

Computer scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Innsbruck in Austria say that they have put together the first five quantum bits (or qubits) of a quantum co...

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