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  1. so someone made a rant on a research paper with poor phrasing regarding this "Quantum Supremacy" thing, and while it's reassuring that the end result is "Quantum Crypto-Cracking Computers is not going to be a thing untill they solve the very fundamental issues with quantum computing in the first place as step one", I'm... kinda lost in the explanation from both sides...?

     

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      It sounds like the paper claimed to be able to solve problems by taking a small set of data and extrapolating it (adding the small samples 1 and 2 qubit samples together) to actual full fledged problems by keeping track of a supposed bias in quantum interference. However, Isis mentions that quantum probabilities are non-additive and that you can't scale the data simply by adding or extrapolating it.

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