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Why Quantum Computers Cannot Work II - Prof. Gil Kalai

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Published on Mar 18, 2014

Speaker: Professor Gil Kalai (Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Yale University)
Title: Why Quantum Computers Cannot Work - Part II


This is the second of two parts of a videotaped lecture recorded at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing in Berkeley in December 2013.
The lecture offers an explanation for why quantum computers and quantum fault-tolerance cannot work. In the lecture, Gil Kalai first explains a logical flaw of the believers, next he draws an alternative picture for quantum noise, and then he demonstrates why quantum computers stretch reality.

V. Some conceptual points raised in the Kalai-Harrow debate
VI. Can we achieve quantum speed-up without quantum fault-tolerance? BosonSampling and BKS-noise sensitivity.
VII Reasons for disbelieving, experimentation and summary
VIII Pictures and excerpts from the quantum debate

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