Jun 12, 2016
Posted by Karen Hurst in categories: computing, humor, quantum physics
Great article; and does an excellent job in explaining how traditional QC operates in an analog or non-analog/ digital state; and Lee introduces us to a third pseudo-hybrid state sometimes referred to as adiabatic quantum computer. I must admit Chris Lee’s 1st remark “There are many different schemes for making quantum computers work (most of them evil).” threw me for a loop and then quickly understood it’s part of his humor which is certainly a way to capture the reader’s attention quickly.
BTW — This is one of the best write ups and POVs on QC that I have read so far.
Digital quantum network cleans up analog noise, allows quantum computation.