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Explaining the upside and downside of D-Wave’s new quantum computer
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The D-Wave computer is based on a process called annealing. Annealing involves a series of magnets that are arranged on a grid. The magnetic field of each magnet influences all the other magnets—together, they flip orientation to arrange themselves to …
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