A twenty-qubit quantum computer will be built in Russia 13.07.2023, 17:13

Russian scientists may complete the creation of a 20-qubit quantum computer by the end of this year. Russian Federation Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko, quoted, said that such assurances were given by the Rosatom State Company. TASS.

He pointed out that everything was in line with the program in the field of production of quantum computers.

“Rosatom promises to show us 20 qubits by the end of this year. So far everything is going well,” he said.

Qubit is the smallest unit of information in a quantum computer.

Russian President Vladimir Putin at the exhibition of Russian achievements in the development of quantum technologies State Company Rosatom and Russian Railways sent The most powerful ion quantum computer in Russia. An algorithm was started in this device to calculate a simple molecule.

In Russia started Quantum race between research teams. Several scientific groups are scrambling to build an advanced quantum processor and keep up with their foreign counterparts.

Ancient Russian scientists created Space engines powered by vodka.

Source: Gazeta


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