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Photonics Computing Promises Real quantum Computing

judgecorp (778838) writes | more than 2 years ago

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judgecorp writes "The Quantum Photonics group at Bristol University is leading a group which claims to have cracked room temperature quantum computing at commercial scales, by using optical waveguides. Photons exhibit quantum properties at room temperature, and recent developments in silicon waveguides provide the components for real quantum chips, which could be in real devices within a very few years."
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