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The Quantum Artificial Intelligence Lab will use the most advanced commercially available quantum computer, the D-Wave Two.
The device could one day let superfast quantum computers talk to each other.
Researchers at IBM now know how long a single atom can “remember” its state.
A nanoscale version of a TV antenna directs light.
A breakthrough explores the challenges–and suggests the financial possibilities–of creating quantum networks.
A series of sustained quantum operations shows promise for developing a practical device.
Specially timed magnetic pulses could pave the way for large-scale quantum computing.
Transferring the state of separated ions could point the way to quantum computing.
A pioneer of quantum computing asks: Has a Canadian startup really demonstrated a prototype for a working, commercially viable quantum computer?
D-Wave may not have made a working quantum computer.