Faster than a speeding atom: breakthrough to revolutionise computing

See on Scoop.itTracking the Future

Australian scientists have developed a breakthrough technique to read information stored on single atoms that will significantly improve the accuracy of future quantum computers.
The University of NSW-led team is the first in the world to use light combined with electrical signals to detect and read information stored on single atoms – the atomic structures that will form the basic storage and processing units of super-powerful quantum computers.

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