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Paper leaks that indicate a quantum computer doing something that a supercomputer can not

Enlarge / Artistic impression of quantum supremacy. Disney / Marvel Studios Mathematically, it's easy to demonstrate that a working general-purpose quantum computer can easily outperform classic computers on some problems. However, the demonstration with an actual quantum computer was a completely different problem. Most of the quantum computers we make do not have enough qubits to do the complex calculations …

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Google may have taken the first step towards "supremacy" on the quantum computer

According to Google, Sycamore, its 53-qubit quantum computer, was able to compute a proof in three minutes and 20 seconds that shows that the numbers generated by a random number generator are actually random. Theoretically, Summit, the world's most powerful supercomputer, would take about 10,000 years to solve the same problem – and it would be virtually impossible to prove …

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NFL Odds, Tips and Predictions for Week 3: Advanced Computer Model Loves Steelers, Bengals

In just three weeks of the NFL schedule, several teams have virtually ruled out the postseason game, either by below-average play (Redskins), injuries (jets), or the future (Dolphins). In the third week, some surprise teams are in the lead 2-0, including the Baltimore Ravens, who defeated the Dolphins at 49 in the prelude and defeated the Cardinals last week with …

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Ghost Post! Google makes the most powerful computer in the world, NASA accidentally reveals it … and then the release disappears – RT USA News

Google's new quantum computer is reportedly spending just a few minutes doing what the world's best supercomputers would take thousands of years. The media learned about it after NASA "accidentally" shared the company's research. Google's software engineers built the world's most powerful computer, the Financial Times and Fortune magazine reported Friday, citing the company's now-distant research paper. The paper is …

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The team is approaching the holy grail of room temperature quantum computer chips

A stylized version of a nanostructured race track on lithium niobate, where photons are made to interact under low-energy conditions. The new system could be optimized to operate at the level of single photons – the holy grail for quantum computing at room temperature and secure quantum communication. Picture credits: Stevens Institute of Technology In order to process information, photons …

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Scientists find the skull of the ancestor of humanity – on a computer

A single new fossil can change the way we think about human origins, but discovering it – buried deep in a cave or in a rock – remains a disheartening battle for hammer-wielding paleoanthropologists. "It can take years and luck to find the right one," said Aurélien Mounier, paleoanthropologist at the French National Museum of Natural History. Now researchers are …

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Total of three dice for 42 finally resolved – with real planet computer

On the heels of the groundbreaking "sum of three dice" solution for number 33, a team led by the University of Bristol and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) has solved the last piece of the problem The famous 65-year-old mathematics puzzle with an answer to the elusive number of all – 42. The original problem posed at the University …

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College Football Odds, Tips, Predictions for Week 1: Proven Computer Model That Loves Alabama, Vanderbilt

The first full weekend of college football is full of interesting storylines and interesting games. The Labor Day holidays will be an exciting Thursday-to-Monday event, including a top-25 Oregon No. 11 showdown against Auburn No. 16 (-3.5) at the AT & T Stadium. Weekday 1's latest college football quota on Saturday afternoon in Columbus features 5th Ohio State and new …

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Astronomers create 8 million baby universes in a computer and watch them grow. Here's what they learned. | Live Science

A team of astrophysicists has just spawned 8 million unique universes in a supercomputer, evolving them from small to old geezer. Your goal? The role that an invisible substance called dark matter played in the life of our universe since the Big Bang, and what that means for our destiny, after was discovered that our universe The Scientists, who in …

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