Quantum computing is in a weird stage right now – it’s not quite mature and it’s outside of its infancy. You can say that the field is in its adolescent phase. Anastasia Marchenkova explains: There’s super basic applications, theoretical applications,… Read More »Do You Believe these Five Quantum Computing Myths?
Classical and quantum computers share many general components – power supply, data storage, RAM memory, motherboard, but they differ in the way the central processing unit (CPU) works. A classical CPU is made from transistors, which is like an on/off… Read More »What makes a Quantum Computer Fundamentally More Powerful?