Quantum Computing

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Quantum Computing

A type of processing that uses tiny (subatomic) mechanical devices at very low temperatures to solve problems that are not time- or cost-effective with conventional binary computers. Due to quantum physics, the 'qubits' these machines use can be both '1' and '0' at the same time (like shades of gray instead of black vs. white), which allows these machines to solve complex multi-dimensional problems in science, finance, and other important fields.

"Quantum computing's ability to handle massive combinations easily means that it could crack open encrypted data that was previously very time-consuming or impossible to break, causing national security organizations great concern."


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