Does the idea of playing about with a quantum computer please you? If so, you can check out one fresh alternative route, thanks to a group of Google engineers. How about a GPU-accelerated quantum computer? You can take advantage of something called the Quantum Computing Playground which has launched as a browser-based WebGL Chrome Experiment. It features a GPU-accelerated quantum computer with a simple IDE interface. It has its own scripting language, with debugging and 3D quantum state visualization features.
Quantum Computing Playground can simulate quantum registers up to 22 qubits, run Grover’s and Shor’s algorithms, and has quantum gates built into the scripting languageitself. Commenting, ExtremeTech said the programs are written in a language called QScript,-which “looks a lot like any other simple Bash-like scripting language.”
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