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Google's 2029 Quantum Computing Ambitions

In 2019, Google said it had achieved quantum supremacy, a claim contested by rivals. The company boasted that its quantum computer could perform a complex calculation in 200 seconds, a feat that traditional supercomputers would take at least 10,000 years to do. Now the tech giant wants to make another breakthrough: Build a “useful, error-corrected quantum computer" within the next eight years. Read what Google's doing to reach this milestone.

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    Can Google really build a practical quantum computer by 2029?

    Can Google really build a practical quantum computer by 2029?

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    Google pulled off I/O, its developers conference, without a hitch yesterday. The Mountain View company retook the stage in grandiose fashion with a bevvy of announcements ranging from the much-ballyhooed new LaMDA AI system that has eerily human-like conversations to the new Wear OS update that has …

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