China Challenges Google’s Quantum Breakthrough

The method of simulating quantum computations by Chinese scientists can re-perform Google’s test in 5 days.

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The field of quantum computing is still in its infancy, but promises to elevate the computing power of humans to a new level by controlling subatomic particles. Scientists hope it will be the foundation for breakthroughs in fields such as new drug-making and materials science.

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