Quantum computing is finally here, and a Canadian company has a plan to bring it to the masses
looks good...how soon until they come down in price and I have one on my desk
"The company has plans to bring quantum computing to the public cloud this year."
So on your desk I am not sure, but in your part of the cloud possible already this year: The big question what will you do with it? mine coins?
D-Wave ‘quantum computer’ is not a quantum computer, experts say
"Contrary to D-Wave’s branding of their product, their computer is not a quantum computer but a quantum annealer"
"“The D-Wave machine is a quantum annealer running adiabatic quantum computing algorithms. This is great for optimizing solutions to problems by quickly searching over a space and finding a minimum (or “solution”). The latest announcement from Google states that the D-Wave machine is more than 10⁸ times faster than simulated annealing running on a single core. However, Selby’s algorithm still performs better than the D-Wave quantum computer, so there’s a long way to go for D-Wave." -- physicist Anastasia
"Proposals exist for the creation of multiple quantum computers consisting of dual entangled qubits.....we don’t even know if the fundamental particles that we seek to entangle exist, says Dr. Craig S. Wright. "
How much of Quantum computation is buzzwords to sell expensive computers ?