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    Intel develops a silicon-based spin qubit chip

    This is in addition to the Intel superconducting qubit chips seen previously.
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    Re: Intel develops a silicon-based spin qubit chip

    So it knows when it is coming or going?? Or it doesn't??


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    Re: Intel develops a silicon-based spin qubit chip

    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    So it knows when it is coming or going?? Or it doesn't??
    It'll be so confused it will go into meltdown... oh wait... sorry, awful spectre.. oh bother, done it again
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    Re: Intel develops a silicon-based spin qubit chip

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAT-THE-FIFTH View Post
    So it knows when it is coming or going?? Or it doesn't??
    It'll be so confused it will go into meltdown... oh wait... sorry, awful spectre.. oh bother, done it again
    That was catty!

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    Re: Intel develops a silicon-based spin qubit chip

    Quote Originally Posted by EN1R0PY View Post
    That was catty!

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    Re: Intel develops a silicon-based spin qubit chip

    *groan*
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    Re: Intel develops a silicon-based spin qubit chip

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