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* <abbr>NISQ</abbr> Era devices are on the horizon.
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* <abbr>NISQ</abbr> Era devices are on the horizon<ref group="NISQ">[https://arxiv.org/pdf/1801.00862.pdf Quantum Computing in the <abbr>NISQ</abbr> era and beyond], John Preskill, July 2018, Institute for Quantum Information and Matter and Walter Burke Institute for Theoretical Physics, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena
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[https://gizmodo.com/weve-entered-a-new-era-of-quantum-computing-1821807439 We’ve Entered a New Era in Quantum Computing], Ryan F. Mandelbaum, May 2018, Gizmodo</ref>.
 
* Quantum computing is finally on the verge of becoming commercially useful.
 
* Quantum computing is finally on the verge of becoming commercially useful.
 
* Quantum Computing is developing at a steady pace.
 
* Quantum Computing is developing at a steady pace.

Revision as of 19:42, 23 February 2021

  • NISQ Era devices are on the horizon[NISQ 1].
  • Quantum computing is finally on the verge of becoming commercially useful.
  • Quantum Computing is developing at a steady pace.
  • It presents revolutionary opportunities for AI, chemistry, materials science, finance, and more.
  • The USA, China, EU, and other nation states are investing heavily into quantum computing.
  • Tech giants such as Google, IBM, Intel, Rigetti, and Microsoft are already competing for market share.
  • Not all research is public.

As a byproduct of this global technological arms race, quantum computers powerful enough to break modern cryptography are expected to exist within 10-20 years, if not sooner.
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