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Quantum laser turns electron wave into memory
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8/31/2000   1 comment
How many electrons does it take to remember the entire contents of the Library of Congress?
IBM quantum computer solves code cracking problem
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8/22/2000   Post a comment
IBM's Almaden Research Center unveiled the world's largest quantum computer to date — a 5-bit computer squeezed onto a single molecule — at the Hot Chips conference last week.
Cyberconference aims to combine academia and industry
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8/14/2000   Post a comment
"Cross-fertilization" was the watchword at the fourth annual International Conference on Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, which drew church and state — university and corporate researchers — more closely together than is usual at such events.


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