An international research team successfully created and tested a record-breaking quantum supercomputer. Running on 51 qubits, the new machine surpasses the theoretical threshold of quantum supremacy.
Like “Schrödinger’s cat”, qubits, or quantum bits, are undecided and can be in two positions simultaneously. In other words, if traditional computers have “bits” that can take the value of 1 or 0 at a time, “qubits” can be either at the same time.
Hence the edge quantum computing has over classical computing in solving very complex calculations much faster.
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Qubits allow the development of new computational algorithms, which are much more productive than silicon-based iterations.
The more qubits a quantum computer uses, the more processing power it has.
But most advanced quantum computational systems available today are still far behind supercomputers in terms
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