Scientists claim major quantum computing milestone after getting two silicon qubits to communicate with each other

Nicholas Fearn
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Scientists in Australia have found a way to pair two quantum qubits

Scientists in Australia have reached what they claim is a "major quantum computing milestone" after getting two silicon qubits to communicate with each other. Led by researchers at University of...

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