Quantum Computing (For Dummies)
Friday, 06 October 2023

This book preps the reader for the changes that quantum computing would bring. whurley and Floyd Earl Smith look at what quantum computing is and how it works. The book looks at how quantum computing would revolutionize networking, data management, cryptography, and artificial intelligence in ways that would have previously been unthinkable.

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Author: whurley and Floyd Earl Smith
Publisher: For Dummies
Date: September 2023
Pages: 400
ISBN:978-119933908
Print:1119933900
Kindle:B0CG2NV71Q
Audience: General
Level:Introductory/Intermediate

  • Learn the difference binary and quantum computers
  • Discover which industries will be most influenced by quantum computing
  • See how quantum improves encryption and enables business
  • Take a look at how quantum is applied in big data and AI

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