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Quantum Computer

Google Time Crystals

Google’s time crystal discovery is so big, we can’t fully comprehend it

August 1st, 2021

Forget Google Search and Fuchsia. Researchers from Google, Stanford, Princeton, and other universities might have made a computer discovery so big we can’t fully comprehend it yet. Even Google researchers aren’t entirely sure that their time crystal discovery is valid. But if it turns out to be accurate, then Google might be one of the …

google quantum computer

Google’s quantum processor blows the doors off of every other supercomputer, but it’s basically useless

October 23rd, 2019

In the realm of supercomputing, quantum processors are something of a holy grail. They show promise in tackling massive computing tasks that traditional “classical” processors simply can’t, and researchers around the world have been working for many years on the ultimate goal of a practical quantum processor. Today, it appears as though Google took a …

Google Quantum Computer

Google’s new processor could be the future of quantum computing

March 6th, 2018

Quantum computing represents the future of computers, and that’s because of physics. In the not too distant future, we won’t be able to further reduce the size of the transistors used in traditional computing, and that’s where the quantum future will hopefully take over. Getting there is no easy task, and there are various companies …

Canada Justin Trudeau Quantum Computing

Canadian PM’s amazing quantum computing answer was too good to be true

April 18th, 2016

If you ask the average politician to talk about anything related to technology, chances are you’ll come away distressed by their total lack of knowledge. However, Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau last week wowed the tech world during an event at the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo when expertly answered a question related …

Electrons New State Matter

Why it’s exciting that scientists discovered a new state of matter

April 5th, 2016

It might sound boring to most people, but the fact that scientists have finally been able to prove there’s a new state of matter is very exciting, as it could have applications for the future of computing. In short, scientists from the University of Cambridge and the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennesse were able …