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Today's TEDxTalk: Michelle Simmons illustrates how to build a quantum computer (atom-by-atom). 
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Why they dont use the qubite  principale for the ordinary computer. They no need to battle for quantum problems maybe. Thats is the matter of size. But, they can change the 2bit to more qubite to achieve faster processor.
+Hamid Moezi The power of quantum computing lies in the use of the quantum entanglement and superposition effects. Just switching from a two state transistor to a three or more state model within a classical computer will not bring anything as you can learn from classical information theory.
1) we have to think dimensions instead of linear
2) if we put 0 1, we make a mistake... we better make -1, 0, +1
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