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Quantum computing may be moving out of science fiction

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Computerworld Emerging Technologies

Dec 16, 2015
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Quantum computing may be moving out of science fiction

Quantum computing may still sound like the stuff of science fiction, but in another five or 10 years, it could be part of our reality. Read More

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