Will we have useful fault-tolerant Quantum Computers within the next decade

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Let me end by sticking my neck out.

If hardware progress continues at the rate we’ve seen for the past year or two, then I find it hard to understand why we won’t have useful fault-tolerant QCs within the next decade.(And now to retreat my neck a bit: the “if” clause in that sentence is important and non-removable!)

Interesting. I wish I understood the implications of this.

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