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Quantum computing is leading the way for tech giants to find the next big thing

Quantum computing is leading the way for tech giants to find the next big thing

For a while now, scientists have been actively researching quantum computing, but the sudden surge of interest in the subject happened only after search engine giant Google made a claim that it has achieved quantum supremacy. This announcement came alongside other tech giants working in the same field, like Microsoft and IBM. The main reason behind developers using quantum computing is because they encode problems as qubits. The qubits are generally used to compute multiple combinations of variables, whereas it is often used to explore possibilities discreetly. Theoretically, this will allow the researchers to solve complex problems using different variables like testing unique properties of chemicals, breaking encryption keys, and simulating various business models at once. The researchers also provide real-world examples to show how these quantum computers can be used.

 In theory, quantum computers are expected to lead advancements in fields like AI, material science, communication, finance, medicine, and much more. In recent years, various tech giants have used quantum computing to rush services in the cloud to outdo their competitors. In 2019 Microsoft had also announced that Azure quantum would be a general-purpose cloud service that can be used to deploy quantum applications. Braket from Amazon was also made available for the general public from august this year.

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