Looks like the United Kingdom wants to create smart tanks, because it's using a new quantum computer to put more tech in its arsenal.
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When did we get to shelf scale and room temperature quantum computers? Last I heard, we can barely manage them completely isolated and at near-zero temperatures.

Or is this a quantum computer with, like, one quantum and barely reliable…?

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i have no idea, but i would like to know this too

☆ Yσɠƚԋσʂ ☆
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LMAO UK can’t feed its people, but the real priority is getting quantum computers in their tanks. 😂

Sr Estegosaurio
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Goverment moment.

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Cost sink for whatever private sector partnership they’re using probably.

@Zerush@lemmy.ml
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When the tanks get smarter than the occupants, generals and politicians, let’s see who they will shoot.

@TheAnonymouseJoker@lemmy.ml
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Western world loves wars and war equipment.

War and war accessories

@TheAnonymouseJoker@lemmy.ml
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They selling GI Joe merchandise?

@ColorIsh@feddit.it
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war is bad, but war equipment is pretty cool ngl.

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Ask Japanese how cool nukes are, or Vietnamese how cool Agent Orange is.

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I said war is bad, but war equipment isn’t necessarily. It’s pretty cool to watch an F-15 flying around but seeing it killing people isn’t as cool you know

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