USTC researchers claim quantum breakthrough

Sam Fried

It’s no secret that China and US are competing intensely when it comes to being the world’s most prominent economic, technological and military power. Now, it seems that the Asian nation has leap-frogged its American rival, thanks to the former’s supercomputer breakthrough. Chinese scientists are claiming to have built the world’s fastest […]

It’s no secret that China and US are competing intensely when it comes to being the world’s most prominent economic, technological and military power.

Now, it seems that the Asian nation has leap-frogged its American rival, thanks to the former’s supercomputer breakthrough.

Chinese scientists are claiming to have built the world’s fastest programmable quantum computers, which appear to crack problems that are currently not possible for ”classical” non-quantum computers.

USTC researchers claim quantum breakthrough

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