If you want to delve more into the computational nature of this topic you can check out at least two textbooks, both of which I use, which are “Quantum Computing – A Gentle Introduction” by Rieffel and Polak and the 2nd book “Quantum Information” by Stephen Barnett.
|Dr. Justin Dressel, Chapman U., speaks on Quantum Computing at ACM meeting (Source: Daniel Whelen)|
|Google Bristlecone Quantum Computer Chip Assembly (Source: Google)|
If you want some more discussion how superconductor quantum bits works, check out this Wikipedia article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Superconducting_quantum_computing
|One indication of Google quantum computing research direction (Source: Google)|