A dilution refrigerator cools the 512-qubit Vesuvius processor to 20 millikelvin (near absolute zero) — more than 100 times colder than interstellar space.

by theonlynewsman

A dilution refrigerator cools the 512-qubit Vesuvius processor to 20 millikelvin (near absolute zero) — more than 100 times colder than interstellar space.

According to physicist David Deutsch, a quantum system can work on a million computations at once while a standard desktop PC works on just one.

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