Why This Breakthrough Quantum Computer From IBM Will Change Computing Forever

IBM unveils its newest Osprey quantum computer, which has 433 qubits, equivalent to 3 times the processing power as IBM’s previous generation 127 qubits chip using its Eagle architecture, making it possible to address extremely complex use-cases like artificial intelligence, energy research, drug development, and materials synthesis. IBM is on track to achieve 4000 qubits by 2025 and quantum supremacy as it continues to deliver on its roadmap.

Scientists have built the first parts of a molecular computer, which uses -1, 0, and +1 instead of traditional bits to accomplish molecular computing, but still much work remains.

Researchers have developed a material that learns like the human brain to function like a neuromorphic device.