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June 29th, 2005
Quantum Computing: The Future may be Nearer Than we Think
According to Wall Street Journal columnist Lee Gomes, you know an idea's time has come when it "starts to be taught to undergraduates as though it is old hat." Gomes says that's what led him to sit in on a session of UC Berkeley's senior-level course in "Qubits, Quantum Mechanics, and Computers" last spring, C/CS/Physics 191 — a course otherwise known as quantum computing.
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