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Toshiba brings quantum-inspired computer out of the cloud and onto the desktop

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Re: Quantum Computing vs Quantum Physics

As far as I can tell, Ising stuff is related to simulated-annealing methods for solving problems like the travelling-salesman problem. So like the Editor says, definitely classical. But I think D-Wave's quantum computer is described as quantum simulated-annealing (whatever that means) isn't it?

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