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which means what exactly?

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Re: Intel pushes 1000 qubits by 2023 and 1 million qubits by 2028


You are the quantum focused one.

I hat tip you!

Now we get into Spintronics.

I got first intro'd into Spintronics by attempting a paper for KAI during a short period I was working for them to "contract write" for the news column (nothing ever bought).

I was surprised at that time to both find out we were using spin in electronics in research for using it, and then to further see that we had tech industry that made equipment for spin tech.

It really surprised me and shouldn't, that a tech field supporting a physics issue that was mostly unknown or at best, barely known to me was fully fleshed out and had industrial tech supporting it.

This vid with poor audio goes into Quantum uses of Spintronics.

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This one is a good intro to both, heavier on quantum, and with very good audio -

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Spintronics Quantum computing is contrasted with superconducting supercooled quantum computing - such as D-Wave.

Spintronic Quantum computing can be done at much higher than superconducting supercooled temps, which is one big advantage right there.

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Ah! The Iso-spin of Time!

Actual do give a peak at photonic processing too,
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