We'll likely see the top picks for safer, post-quantum encryption technology early in 2022.
It'll need a million or so qubits, Google's top researchers say at Google I/O. The company's biggest machines today have only a few dozen.
Big Blue's open-source software efforts range from the basics of quantum computing to higher-level jobs like AI and molecular simulations.
A radically different type of computation is gradually maturing.
These exotic, radical new machines have matured enough to secure a place at CES 2021.
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Error correction could make these revolutionary machines more practical sooner than expected.
The chipmaker argues that its Horse Ridge 2 processor will make quantum computers practical and help the company leapfrog competitors.
Pharma giant Merck and shipper DHL are interested in using the powerful machine.
Big Blue's quantum computer will get more than 1,000 qubits in three years, and the company expects machines with more than a million qubits after that.
The technology would help secure the network.
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