Nearly 100 years ago, the first quantum revolution ushered in the technological advances that have made our modern life possible. Advances in quantum physics led to the development of the transistor, laser and atomic clock, which formed the building blocks for innovations like semiconductors, GPS, medical imaging equipment, and optical fiber communication. Today, we are nearing the arrival of the second quantum revolution. While the first quantum revolution used principles of quantum mechanics to develop … More
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