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    Intel reveals Quantum and Neuromorphic chip progress

    Tangle Lake, a 49-qubit superconducting quantum test chip, was unveiled at CES 2018.
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    Re: Intel reveals Quantum and Neuromorphic chip progress

    Is AMD designing similar chips

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    Re: Intel reveals Quantum and Neuromorphic chip progress

    So does it actively patch its own vulnerabilities before they are discovered??


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    Re: Intel reveals Quantum and Neuromorphic chip progress

    ... dubbed ‘Tangle Lake’, after a chain of very cold lakes in Alaska.
    Not named after quantum entanglement then?

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    Re: Intel reveals Quantum and Neuromorphic chip progress

    This is a little surprising for a number of reasons

    -Intel corp demonstrating any particular level of competence (/s )
    -Massive increase in qubits in such a short time. IBM have someone nibbling at their toes it seems.
    -The shocking prediction that one MILLION qubits will be needed for industry. This goes against what I believed anyway. I guess we're stuck with AMD64 for a while, yet.
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    Re: Intel reveals Quantum and Neuromorphic chip progress

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    Not named after quantum entanglement then?
    Named after the fact it gets its Knickers/Y-fronts in a twist pre-emptively.

    The sucessor is called Moody Lake.


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    Re: Intel reveals Quantum and Neuromorphic chip progress

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    Named after the fact it gets its Knickers/Y-fronts in a twist pre-emptively.

    The sucessor is called Moody Lake.
    Actually, it's knickers are in a twist / not in a twist simultaneously until you test the state via wedgie.

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