A Wired article from 2017 made a bold claim — we could expect the quantum internet to be among us by 2030. Maybe it was the excitement surrounding the launch of a Chinese quantum satellite, which happened a year before the article was published. But why could we understand that claim as “bold”? Is it impossible for the quantum internet, often seen as the future of our communications, to be massively adopted 11 years from today?
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