Quantum computing is a well-deserved next-generation computing technology. With quantum uncertainty, quantum computing has more than ten times the computing power of modern computers. It is also the research pearl that countless companies and scholars aspire to.
Although the first commercial quantum computer was released in 2011, strictly speaking, this is not really a general-purpose quantum computer, but a machine that can solve special problems with some quantum mechanical methods.
So how far is quantum computing technology from us?
Recently, according to foreign media reports, Dario Gil, IBM's vice president of artificial intelligence and quantum computing, and former IBM researcher Chad Rigetti gave a time limit, and quantum computing came to our world for three years.
“Quantum computing produces solutions that are better, faster or cheaper than you can,” Rigetti said. “Quantum computing has moved from research to today's engineering disciplines and engineering companies. ”
Considering that IBM has been studying quantum computing for more than 30 years and has invested billions of dollars in research and development, they still have some reference value for quantum computing.
In fact, China is also in the forefront of the world in quantum computing. At present, China is building a $10 billion National Quantum Information Laboratory in Anhui Province, which is bordered by Shanghai and is scheduled to open in 2020.