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“Goodbye, Quantum World!”

It was fun while it lasted.

I hereby retire young from the field of “quantum.” I’ve accomplished everything I set out to do and more, and it’ll be years before quantum computers will be mature enough to do much more with them. So, instead of spending my time tweaking the same few algorithms and making no substantive contribution to mankind, I’ve decided to pack up my proverbial bags and seek greener…

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Independent Quantum Algorithm Designer https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-siegelwax https://twitter.com/BSiegelwax?s=09 https://github.com/bsiegelwax

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Brian N. Siegelwax

Brian N. Siegelwax

Independent Quantum Algorithm Designer https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-siegelwax https://twitter.com/BSiegelwax?s=09 https://github.com/bsiegelwax

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