James Clarke is the director of quantum hardware at Intel.
James Clarke believes quantum computing will not become practical until the industry is producing chips crammed with upwards of a million error-corrected quantum bits (qubits). IBM, Google, and startups such as PsiQuantum have all stated plans to build such grandiose machines, but Clarke believes Intel has a unique advantage in making this possible with its manufacturing-driven development approach, which he discusses in an interview.
"While we're not there today, over the future, we feel that we will be able to scale a lot faster, get to have a much higher density of qubits in our devices," Clarke says.
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