While quantum computing has been around for decades, the last few months have seen tremendous interest from investors and governments. Quantum computing uses principles of physics where sub-atomic Qubits can store and process information in a way that traditional computers can’t. The scale and speed of quantum computing are far ahead of what even a supercomputer can achieve. Some tasks that a classical computer may take a week to complete can be done in just one second with quantum computing.
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First Published: Sun, January 23 2022. 22:07 IST