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January 29th, 2003

Chip Innovators Vow To Enforce Moore's Law

Abstract:
Quantum computers, which use up and down atomic spin in place of binary code zeroes and ones, may be subject to less thermal noise by losing less energy to heat. This encouraging notion may accelerate efforts to fabricate the first functional quantum chips.

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