Linux Foundation and World Bank launch free quantum computing training course

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Quantum computers could speed the discovery of new medications and improvements in AI, as well as the creation of more secure encryption methods.
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Quantum computers could speed the discovery of new medications and improvements in AI, as well as the creation of more secure encryption methods.

The course aims to help address the potential policy ramifications of quantum computing, as well as develop the necessary talent to support the technology.

The Linux Foundation and the World Bank have launched a free online training course to teach about the potential applications of quantum computing for sophisticated decision-making. Named 'Funda...

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