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Aug 18, 2019

How will quantum computing change the world? | The Economist

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The potential for quantum computing to crack other countries’ encrypted networks has captured the attention of national governments. Which of the world’s fundamental challenges could be solved by quantum computing?

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  • Bennie Beaver on August 18, 2019 7:45 am

    Quantum computing and Ray Kurzweil’s ideas of a 2045 singularity are reasons why I imagine, regardless of mine or yours ideas on today’s societal issues and racism, may solve some of those issues, or not; but ultimately, I’m a believer a coming singularity will solve those issues in ways some can only imagine. The exponential nature of science will change questions and answers.

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