Quantum Computing Addresses Today’s “Insoluble” Problems

Many of the problems of nanotech, biotech, and anti-terrorism are so complex that today’s computers — based on an architecture defined nearly 60 years ago — can’t address them. However, hope is on the horizon as researchers get closer and closer to building commercially viable quantum computers.

As we’ll discuss, the economic implications of unleashing this technology promise to be huge. That’s because quantum computers promise to outperform existing computers, despite the tremendous progress that’s been made in the past q.....

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