theeconomist:

Quantum computing could be extraordinarily powerful: in theory, a 300-qubit computer could perform more concurrent operations than there are atoms in the visible universe. But quantum effects can be a damnable nuisance.

Source: economist.com
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    This stuff makes programmers seem like retail clerks! Quantum computing sounds like it’s the future. -Drew
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