Sound vibrations can encode and process data like quantum computers do

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A elemental mechanical strategy built from aluminium rods uses vibrations to encode information, mimicking quantum computing successful a non-quantum system

By Karmela Padavic-Callaghan

Sound vibrations tin mimic properties of quantum computing


Some properties of quantum computers tin beryllium imitated pinch sound trapped successful a elemental mechanical device. This has nan advantage of being little vulnerable than quantum computers, while still replicating immoderate of their properties.

Quantum computers could yet lick problems that are intolerable for nan champion accepted supercomputers, but they are tricky to activity with. Many suffer their quantumness, which is cardinal for their advantages complete mean computers, and extremity moving very quickly because of disturbances from their environments – and immoderate …

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