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The Argument Against Quantum Computers

And now for something different from our regular programming. Quanta Magazine just published an interesting article, “The Argument Against Quantum Computers,” by Katia Moskvitch. The article discusses Gil Kalai’s skepticism about the feasibility of quantum computers. Kalai, a mathematician, argues that quantum computers will struggle with noise and error correction, making them impractical. He believes that the inherent noise in quantum systems will corrupt computations, preventing them from achieving quantum supremacy. Despite significant investments and efforts by major tech companies and governments, Kalai remains doubtful that quantum computers will ever function as intended due to these fundamental challenges.

Read the article here: The Argument Against Quantum Computers.

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