Explaining the upside and downside of D-Wave’s new quantum computer
Wikimedia Commons reader comments 9 Share this story D-Wave, a company based in British Columbia, has announced a new version of its quantum annealer: the D-Wave 2000Q. As the name suggests, the number of bits has increased from about 1,000 to just over 2,000. This is, for D-Wave, an important step on its roadmap to world domination. D-Wave's approach...
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