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Programming Quantum Computers: is your book about theory or practice ?

 
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Dear Sir,

Quantun computers are today available or is it confined to secret experimenting underground ?

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Why should experiments be secret, or kept underground?
 
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ludoviko azuaje wrote:Quantun computers are today available or is it confined to secret experimenting underground?


Hi ludoviko! There are certainly some secret QC projects going on, however you can use a quantum computer today if you want, for free.
Most of the samples in our book run in a variety of simulators, as well as actual physical QCs.
You can just choose your platform from this menu:


To try this out you can just go to the code sample page.
The book has instructions for running samples on IBM's quantum computers, which we think is pretty exciting!
 
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