Schrodinger's Machines: The Quantum Technology Reshaping Everyday Life

@inproceedings{Milburn1997SchrodingersMT,
  title={Schrodinger's Machines: The Quantum Technology Reshaping Everyday Life},
  author={Gerard J. Milburn and Paul Davies},
  year={1997}
}
Perhaps the most successful scientific theory in history, quantum mechanics has already ushered in the information age with inventions like the transistor and the laser. In Schrodinger's Machines, renowned quantum physicist Gerard Milburn explores how our ever-increasing ability to manipulate atomic and subatomic processes is turning purely hypothetical situations and concepts (of a truly weird nature) into concrete, practical devices - resulting in a complete transformation of our world view… 
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