When bits meet atoms, new modes of computation, communication, and collaboration arise from the transition to a different world of physics: quantum mechanics. How do we build computers from atoms and molecules? Can we construct a universal, digital abstraction for describing quantum systems?

When bits meet atoms, new modes of computation, communication, and collaboration arise from the transition to a different world of physics: quantum mechanics. How do we build computers from atoms and molecules? Can we construct a universal, digital abstraction for describing quantum systems?