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June 27th, 2007
Quantum computing will likely be a resource for teleportation, precision measurements, cryptanalysis, speedy database searches, and modeling of quantum mechanic interactions itself. It is expected to be a boon to physics, chemistry, nanotechnology, mathematics, biology, and much more. In certain operations, what takes a classical supercomputer years to accomplish, will take a quantum computer mere seconds.
"I want the audience to get a glimpse of why quantum systems can be absolutely more powerful than classic computers," says Blatt. "Quantum computers will have a heavy impact. Not in the next five years. Not in the next 10-15 years. I want people to understand why we're really excited." He will walk the audience through the current status of quantum processing and where he believes it is going.
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