Trevor Pearcey was just 27 years old and had been with his employer, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, for less than a year when he went to his bosses with a bold idea.
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In a paper published in journal, Physical Review Letters today, University of Sydney scientists have demonstrated the use of codes designed to detect and discard errors in the logic gates of quantum machines.
What gets scientists so excited about the potential of quantum computers is the ability of multiple quantum bits to exhibit what is called ‘quantum entanglement’.
Microsoft Chief Software Architect Ray Ozzie was happy to talk about the history of computing Wednesday at a Silicon Valley event but did not want to talk about its future, as least as far as what Microsoft's plans might be pertaining to tablet computing