IBM thinks outside of the lab, puts quantum computer in a box

IBM thinks outside of the lab, puts quantum computer in a box
IBM unveiled the world’s “first universal approximate quantum computing system installed outside of a research lab” at CES earlier this week — and with it, the next era of computing. The 20-qubit IBM Q System One represents the first major leap for quantum computers of 2019, but before we get into the technical stuff let’s take a look at this thing. All we can say is: wowzah! When can we get a review unit? The commitment to a fully-functional yet aesthetically pleasing design is intriguing. Especially considering that,  just last year, pundits claimed quantum computing was a dead-end technology. To make the first integrated…

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