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by Xinhua writers Yu Fei, Xu Haitao and Zhou Lin
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The "baby" quantum computer, unveiled in early May, is the first quantum computing machine based on single photons that could go beyond the early classical -- or conventional -- computer.
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"Using former technology, the photons were like twins playing in mud -- you could distinguish them by the droplets of mud on their bodies. But our technological innovation makes photons like clean indistinguishable twins."
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"When the car was first invented, it was unreliable and uncomfortable compared with the carriage. But cars eventually surpassed carriages as a result of technological progress."
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