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April 7th, 2003
Quantum computers, which rely on the arcana of quantum mechanics to do many computations in parallel, are a long way from actually being useful. But researchers are already trying to work out how to write programs for these almost non-existent devices, in the belief that learning how to do so might help engineers to design the computers in useful ways.
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