We are still in the age of rocks and stones when it comes to quantum technology. To operate such technology requires a great caliber of energy and resource. For example, in order for the quantum chip to operate, you need to place it in a room that’s colder than space, colder than the coldest temperature observed in the universe which is -272 degrees Celsius. (Watch the video for more details)
D-Wave a Canadian Vancouver based company has unveiled a second version of their revolutionary quantum computer. The second version of this technology is now allowing developers to understand and calculate even more complex algorithm, such as, solving some issues of humanity – poverty, famine, global warming…etc.
With such powerful tool, are we one step closer to creating the Matrix?