Researchers say quantum computing could improve self-driving cars' cyber security

Nicholas Fearn
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Quantum computers could transform the security of self-driving cars, claim researchers

British technologists have launched a groundbreaking study to explore ways that quantum computers can be used to prevent hackers from taking over self-driving cars. The study, led by a team of c...

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