Timeline of Quantum Computing
|Time period||Development summary|
|1960||Stephen Wiesner invents conjugate coding.|
|1995||Christopher Monroe and David Wineland at NIST (Boulder, Colorado) experimentally realize the first quantum logic gate – the controlled-NOT gate – with trapped ions, following the Cirac-Zoller proposal. |
|2012||John Preskill coins the term "quantum supremacy" to describe the point where quantum computers can do things that classical computers can’t.|
|2017-03-04||Quantum volume is proposed as a measure of the power of quantum computers.|
|2019-08||Google uses a device with 53 qubits to solve a carefully chosen problem in 3 minutes 20 seconds, which took 2.5 days to solve with a classical computer.|
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- "Why I Coined the Term 'Quantum Supremacy'". Wired. ISSN 1059-1028. Retrieved 2020-02-22.
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