Gil Kalai’s Argument Against Quantum Computers | Quanta Magazine


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Sixteen years ago, on a cold February day at Yale University, a poster caught Gil Kalai’s eye. It advertised a series of lectures by Michel Devoret, a well-known expert on experimental efforts in quantum computing.
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Sixteen years ago, on a cold February day at Yale University, a poster caught Gil Kalai’s eye. It advertised a series of lectures by Michel Devoret, a well-known expert on experimental efforts in quantum computing.
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The mathematician Gil Kalai believes that quantum computers can't possibly work, even in principle.
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Sixteen years ago, on a cold February day at Yale University, a poster caught Gil Kalai’s eye. It advertised a series of lectures by Michel Devoret, a well-known expert on experimental efforts in quantum computing. via Pocket
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The mathematician Gil Kalai believes that quantum computers can't possibly work, even in principle.
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