DailyDirt: Who Cares About Moore's Law Anymore?

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The end of Moore's law is basically here already, but it's not such a surprise. It's maybe more surprising that it's lasted so long. What are we going to do now that our computers aren't getting exponentially better? Try completely different ways of making computers, of course. Quantum computers are making some significant advances, even though they're not ready to compete with regular silicon processors just yet. Here are just a few new quantum milestones that could lead to some re-thinking of encryption schemes and programming courses. After you've finished checking out those links, take a look at our Daily Deals for cool gadgets and other awesome stuff.
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Filed Under: optical qubits, quantum computers, quantum computing, quantum physics, quantum spin liquid, qubits, shor's algorithm, supercomputers

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    Richard (profile), 8 Apr 2016 @ 3:20pm

    Re: Re: My dream...

    The Tempus editor on the Atari ST ran quicker and more responsively than any modern word processor!

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