What good is a fast computer if you can’t trust it?

Quantum computing is gaining traction, and will become more mainstream in the near future. There are some problems that just aren’t suited for classical computing methods. Quantum computing is hard, frankly. My head spins when even listening to PHd-types explain it. However, if you can’t trust it, what good is it? This article at New Scientist points out that researchers have been able to get the error rate down; Which is a good thing.

Trusting Quantum Computers – New Scientist

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