The Potential of Quantum Computing

Why It Matters


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Quantum computing has potential to solve challenges ranging from designing new lifesaving drugs to instantaneously debugging millions of lines of software code. In partnership with the University of Southern California, Lockheed Martin has founded the USC-Lockheed Martin Quantum Computation Center (QCC), home of D-Wave One, the world’s first commercial adiabatic quantum optimizer and by far the largest functional quantum information processor ever built.
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