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This Tech Dinosaur Just Took a Game-Changing Step in Healthcare

Jason Hawthorne, The Motley Fool
·5 min read
This Tech Dinosaur Just Took a Game-Changing Step in Healthcare
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It describes the behavior of atoms and fundamental particles, and asserts that these can be in two states at once or somehow entangled with one another despite being separated by a vast distance. Quantum computing uses its "spooky" principles to tackle problems that are too complex for traditional computing. While traditional computers represent every operation in binary digits, or bits (zeros and ones), qubits (quantum bits) offer an infinitely faster method since they have no fixed state.