Michio Kaku: How to Program a Quantum Computer

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+8 1. Zepheric commented 8 years ago

It is about as impossible as the first computers and programming languages and architectures seemed to people back in the 1920's - 1980's. Things change rapidly when a new technology comes out and there is usually a steep learning curve but we usually prevail due to our nature!
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+7 3. soultanos commented 8 years ago

0:33 Tell that to iphone users.....
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-3 4. bax2003 commented 8 years ago

Beži bre u pichku materinu dosadnu !
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+1 5. ermini commented 8 years ago

#3 because now its made of plastic :x
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0 6. soggybee commented 8 years ago

I don't know how old this video is. But someone has apparantly built a quantum computer. I'm not claiming that it's 100% confirmed but just saying what I saw. It was on a programme called "Horizon - Defeating the Hackers" by BBC.

The video is here: I can watch this from UK, I don't know about other countries: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p01f75cf