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Quantum Internet: It's not easy to start from scratch. Human creativity is the biggest variable.

2019-10-04 08:00:00Source: Hunting cloud net

Cloud network (micro signal): October 4th report (compilation: atomic nucleus) in October 29, 1969, through the predecessor of the Internet, Arpanet, the first batch of data was transferred from a computer to UCLA (SRI). That night, the team and the SRI team were on the phone, and began to type "LOGIN". "We typed in'L'and asked the other side,'Did you receive L?'" Leonard Kleinrock, a computer scientist, recalled. "Yes," SRI replied. We typed in'O'and asked,'Did you receive O?' "Yes," SRI also responded. We type in'G'and ask,'Have you received G yet?' Too bad! SRI's host crashed. This is what we call the first message of the Internet. Stephanie has always been fascinated by the ability of the network to transmit data -- and the trend of network crashes, or other unpredictable situations.

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