Efforts are under way to develop the world’s first operational quantum computers, which will mark a literal quantum leap forward in technology.
The Australian quantum computing startup Silicon Quantum Computing revealed Friday that it has constructed the world’s first atomic-scale integrated circuit that will power a new breed of computing machines.
While that’s an impressive feat by computer scientists from down under Sydney, its development was a remarkable two years ahead of schedule.
Almost 10 years have passed since SQC announced that its Australian engineers had created the world’s first single-atom transistor.
Quantum Computers: Ultra-Powerful Machines
In an interview with Patricia Karvelas of RN Breakfast, Michelle Simmons – the lead researcher at