Quantum physicist Charlie Marcus—a principal researcher at Microsoft Quantum Research and a professor at the Niels Bohr Institute of the University of Copenhagen—is engaged in one of the most ambitious quests in modern technology: the creation of a true quantum computer.
In an interview, Marcus discusses why facts are never complicated, what working in a music store taught him about doing science, and the parallels between the use of knots in early Mesoamerican culture and his quantum computing work today.
From Quanta Magazine
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