Gil Kalai’s Argument Against Quantum Computers | Quanta Magazine

Fascinating read against quantum, it comes to removing noise and error correction - "All physical systems are noisy, he argues, and qubits kept in highly sensitive “superpositions” will inevitably be corrupted by any interaction with the outside world. Getting the noise down isn’t just a matter of engineering, he says. Doing so would violate certain fundamental theorems of computation."


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