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How quantum computers will change our lives

Quantum computers are coming and experts say they are so superior to regular computers, they'll need just minutes rather than thousands of years to perform some tasks.


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L'espoir des rêves.

Un gazouillement
riche de poésie
entre dans les
pièces du soleil
comme un chant
solitaire dans
les voix d'un
sourire: et quand
la peur disparaît
un doux avenir
m'appelle en silence.

Francesco Sinibaldi

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