I went to Yale today to photograph a leading physicist, Professor Robert Schoelkopf, at the forefront of a worldwide race to build the world’s first quantum computer. His startup, Quantum Circuits, is focused on building the next level of computing with “quantum supremacy” — when a quantum machine performs a task that would be impossible on your laptop or any other machine that obeys the laws of classical physics. Shot for @nytimes . Link in bio. 
I wanted to ask if it could send someone through time to correct the mistakes of the past but I didn’t.

I went to Yale today to photograph a leading physicist, Professor Robert Schoelkopf, at the forefront of a worldwide race to build the world’s first quantum computer. His startup, Quantum Circuits, is focused on building the next level of computing with “quantum supremacy” — when a quantum machine performs a task that would be impossible on your laptop or any other machine that obeys the laws of classical physics. Shot for @nytimes . Link in bio. I wanted to ask if it could send someone through time to correct the mistakes of the past but I didn’t.