18 Jul '18 19:36

https://thenextweb.com/artificial-intelligence/2018/02/06/heres-why-100-qubit-quantum-computers-could-change-everything/

That was one question I asked, and it seems now we are approaching 20 qubits so I guess we have a way to go to get to 100. I thought someone said we would need a thousand or more qubits to get something more powerful than the fastest most powerful classical computers on the planet.

So wouldn't it be a natural next step to combine the fastest classical comps to such a 100 qubit machine for even more usability and wider range of problems the pair could tackle?

That was one question I asked, and it seems now we are approaching 20 qubits so I guess we have a way to go to get to 100. I thought someone said we would need a thousand or more qubits to get something more powerful than the fastest most powerful classical computers on the planet.

So wouldn't it be a natural next step to combine the fastest classical comps to such a 100 qubit machine for even more usability and wider range of problems the pair could tackle?