Even the largest supercomputers can’t do some exceptionally huge tasks — like breaking cryptography or modeling complex weather systems — but someday, quantum computers will. That’s because a quantum computer is able to compute much larger pieces of information, much more quickly. In this sharp talk, Jonathan Home takes us through the process of theoretically building a quantum computer and how to think about the future of computing with (almost) no limits.
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Enjoy this unedited talk by Jonathan Home.
Filmed at TED2015.
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