Hot ice cream, sleepless cats and affordable quantum computers

Some things are not impossible, but are, still, implausible – in the absence of creativity, consistency of efforts and bold thinking. Enterprise-easy quantum computing is one such oxymoron. Let’s find out why voodoo-factors and plateaus matter here

Exactly a decade back, in 2012, the Nobel Prize in Physics went in the lap of Serge Haroche and David Wineland. It was for their work in measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems.

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