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In other words, “if you’re building a quantum computer, put it in a basement.”
There’s no doubt quantum theory is successful at the practical level.
That is, we don’t need quantum computing or nanotube transistors to augment or replace silicon chips yet.
What makes the quantum computing competition different from most in the industry is that rivals are taking wildly different approaches.
Zooming in to that hidden center involves virtual particles — quantum fluctuations that subtly influence each interaction’s outcome.
They also used simulations to show that they could apply the algorithm to a quantum computer as large as 100 qubits without calculations getting intractable.
If the holographic principle is true, quantum particles like the graviton live on the lower-dimensional surface and encode the familiar force of gravity in higher-dimensional space-time.
The difficulty of scaling up these devices is the reason why people often talk of decades before we see practical uses for quantum computers.
Now, though, Pan’s team has fine-tuned their approach, and in a paper published today in Nature they describe how they sent a quantum key to two ground stations 1,120 kilometers apart.
So, as I understand it — and I may be wrong, please correct me if I am — the rise in quantum computing could really destroy what’s now considered secure communication.
CAN YOU HEAR ME NOW? (EP. 406)STEPHEN J. DUBNERFEBRUARY 20, 2020FREAKONOMICS

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