Google's new quantum processor could soon outperform classic supercomputers

With the quantum computing race heating up between Google, IBM and Intel, it feels like we’re hurtling towards quantum supremacy, that milestone when a quantum computer outperforms a classical one for the first time. Bringing us ever closer, Google has now unveiled Bristlecone, a new quantum computer chip with the record-setting power of 72 quantum bits (qubits)…
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