Dec 13, 2020

Danish researchers developed nanochip that could achieve ‘quantum supremacy’

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Specialists from the University of Copenhagen created a chip that could be used to build a future quantum simulator.


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  1. James Dunn says:

    Currently, quantum computers use evolving systems of relative states to approximate stable quantum states. Decoherence a symptom of relativity.

    Because quantum states are relativistic precursors for ibservable relativity, operatuins seem instantaneous.

    Instantaneous dies not mean unconnected, or uninterceptable. Non-evolving is sufficient not to be observable; light in transit as an example. Unrelated to time.