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Quantum computers may not be as fast as our PCs [Physics]
posted June 28 2013 18:05.53 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I've posted many entries regarding the quantum computer. This new video explains how a quantum computer works and why it is capable of doing extremely complex calculations fast. It also explains also the fact that although a quantum computer can perform specific tasks extremely fast, it may not as fast as today's computers in regular tasks like word processing or games...


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