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(Phys Org2)   Scientists engineer a quantum processor to emulate a small organic molecule before getting sucked into 6 new alt-universes   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Cool, Qubit, Quantum mechanics, Atom, Computer, Quantum computer, team of quantum computer physicists, Richard Feynman, Quantum entanglement  
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2022-06-23 7:30:34 AM  
They call it the OoGhiJ MiQtxxXa
 
2022-06-23 9:32:27 AM  
Don't get too excited. This chemical had a lot of symmetries they could take advantage of to make the problem a lot simpler. They won't be able to get much farther with this architecture, sadly. Still super cool stuff
 
2022-06-23 9:39:55 AM  
Lead researcher and former Australian of the Year, Scientia Professor Michelle Simmons

"Former? Get outta my country, you slag!"
 
2022-06-23 11:16:31 AM  
We already have quantum processors, they just suck right now.
 
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