August 15, 2000 -- At a technical conference today at Stanford University, IBM-Almaden researcher Isaac Chuang described his team's experiments that demonstrated the world's most advanced quantum computer and the tremendous potential such devices have to solve problems that conventional computers cannot handle.
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