poot_rootbeer: I haven't read the entire abstract, and certainly not the actual paper, but given that binary arithmetic is typically implemented with O(1) performance, I'm not sure I see how intentionally discarding precision when it's unnecessary could actually have benefits. (Or at least, I don't see how the overhead involved in figuring out when precision is unnecessary would be earned back.)
SpdrJay: I hope you guys realize that there's no way to turn off a quantum computer.....
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