Monthly Archives: September 2011

Nascent industry killed from birthing pain?

Networkworld.com has an instructive article on the state of quantum computing. While the headline is somewhat sensationalist (not as much as mine though) the article turned out to be well written and solidly sourced. It does a good job of … Continue reading

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You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

UCSB physicists claim to have a von Neumann architecture implemented for quantum computing. Far be it from me to denigrate what they achieved but I have to take issue with the marketing. They keep using that “von Neumann” word. I … Continue reading

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