Harvard scientists claim breakthrough, ‘advent of early error-corrected quantum computation’

The team’s results, once reviewed, could represent a significant milestone in quantum computing research.

When industry insiders talk about a future where quantum computers are capable of solving problems that classical, binary computers can’t, they’re referring to something called “quantum advantage.”

In order to achieve this advantage, quantum computers need to be stable enough to scale in size and capability. By-and-large, quantum computing experts believe the largest impediment to scalability in quantum computing systems is noise.

Read more

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *