quantum computing


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quantum computing
Quantum computing is a type of computing that uses atoms and particles to make calculations faster than a regular computer. To help you understand it, imagine you have a bunch of cards with numbers on them. When you use a regular computer, it does calculations by moving cards around and adding them up. But with quantum computing, it can use the particles inside the cards to do calculations much faster. A good example of quantum computing is Google’s Quantum AI Lab. They use quantum computing to solve problems that would take a regular computer thousands of years to solve. Here’s a fun fact: quantum computing is so powerful that it can keep track of almost unlimited numbers at the same time, which is something a regular computer can’t do!