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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

“It looks fantastic”: Russia will implement teleportation by 2035


An interdepartmental working group with participation of Vice Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich will discuss today the program “national technology initiative”, according to which by 2035, in Russia, you may receive your programming language, interface, and even teleportation.


photo: Mikhail Kovalev

The program “national technology initiative” was developed by the Agency for strategic initiatives on behalf of the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin.

The newspaper “Kommersant” familiar with one of the “road maps” programme, codenamed SafeNet, the implementation of which in 2016-2018 will need about 10 billion rubles, of which more than 7 billion should come from the Federal budget.

According to the plans of the Agency, 2018-2025 years in some regions of Russia should appear in the infrastructure of the mobile communications standard, 5G will be the domestic intelligent system of urban governance, will be developed “domestic compiled language for safe and efficient parallel programming.

By 2035, according to the authors of the program, implement the interface, quantum computing, teleportation, phenomena that resemble natural ones to use for information transfer.

The newspaper’s source close to the presidential administration, says that “long-term “road maps” for 20 years you can write anything you like, because to implement them will have other people.”

In turn, the founder of Almaz Capital Partners Alexander Galitsky said that the teleportation is only now “looks fantastic”. Sings to him, in Stanford University, has conducted experiments on teleportation of molecules at close distance. “And many of today’s existing solutions were drawn from the films in the genre of science fiction twenty years ago,” – said Galitsky.

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