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First Programmable And Re-programmable Quantum Computer In The History

This world is full of the benefits of technology. Humans are mostly depending on technology too much.Through technology, it makes life easier.

Many scientists said that every day new technology was born. Because most of the people from all around the world discover new innovations.

Like for example, the recent report about the Scientists has created the first programmable and reprogrammable quantum computer, according to a new study.

According to a report, the technology is likely the functioning quantum computers that depends on the on the bizarre, surreal nature of quantum physics.The field suggests that atoms and other fundamental building blocks of the universe actually exist in states of flux known as "superpositions." ThisThat means that atoms, for example, can spin in two opposite directions at the same time.

The technology enables a qubit to essentially perform two calculations simultaneously.

In a report, the scientists detailed their findings last August 4, 2016. According to a research, the said technology could usher in a much-anticipated era of quantum computing.

The scientists confirmed that the new technology could help them to run complex simulations and produce rapid solutions to tricky calculations.

According to the study lead author Shantanu Debnath, a quantum physicist and optical engineer at the University of Maryland, College Park, he and his colleagues have developed the first fully programmable and reprogrammable quantum computer. The new device is made of five qubits. Each qubit is an ion, or electrically charged particle, trapped in a magnetic field.

Furthermore, the new technology was already tested on three algorithms. The scientists already tested the technology with the so-called Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm, which is typically used only for tests of quantum-computing capabilities. Another, the Bernstein-Vazirani algorithm, can also be used to probe for errors in quantum computing. The last, the quantum Fourier transform algorithm, is an element in quantum-computing encryption-breaking applications.

According to the findings of the scientists, The Deutsch-Jozsa and Bernstein-Vazirani algorithms successfully ran 95 and 90 percent of the time, respectively. The quantum Fourier transform algorithm, which the researchers said is among the most complicated quantum calculations, had a 70 percent success rate.

The technology has enriched our lives and enlightened our minds. With the new technology, it's up to us if we will use this in a good way or not. Humans have changed because of technology.

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