Google's Supercomputer Makes A Quantum Leap
We are living in the dawn of a new era in computing.
Google researchers announced Wednesday that their supercomputer Sycamore has reached “quantum supremacy,” or the ability to do calculations at speeds once unimaginable.
Here & Now talks with Yale University professor of physics Steven Girvin about what this quantum breakthrough means for the future of computing and our daily lives.
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