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cryptography

(krip-tog′ră-fē) [ crypt- + -graphy]
The science and techniques of concealing or disguising information through encoding and decoding. In the health professions cryptography is used to ensure the confidentiality of medical records.
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With Microsoft's experience in the field of quantum computing, we aim to make the technology more accessible and enhance the learning journey of engineering students.
This might lead us to wonder how quantum computing differs from regular computing.
"Working to advance applications for AI has been a huge focus for our team, and quantum computing presents yet another avenue for how we can use AI to maximize value."
Quantum computing will reduce that processing time by an order of magnitude, rendering current encryption obsolete.
Afterwards, in 1993, Bernstein and Vazirani have published in [6] a theoretical analysis stating that the extended Church-Turing thesis can be surpassed by means of quantum computing. In the following year, Peter Shor has proved in his paper that by means of quantum computing the factorization of a large number can be achieved with an exponentially computing speedup when compared to a classical computing machine [7-9].
Some member states are more gung-ho on quantum computing than others.
IBM is one of the leaders in quantum computing. Companies are already using IBM's quantum computing systems to experiment in areas including asset pricing, quantum chemistry, and fleet logistics.
"Quantum computing can potentially provide us with capabilities to simulate nature and chemistry that we've never had before.
Losing the quantum computing race to Beijing would be "catastrophic" when it comes to cybersecurity, he said.
A number of quantum computing experts from Microsoft participated in the programme, which was attended by DEWA's management and specialised staff.
Smaller than a pencil's eraser, it is the tiniest quantum computing chip Intel has made.
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