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Quantum computing chips massively accelerate machine-learning

Canada’s D-Wave, the world’s first commercial quantum computing company, has been taking significant steps towards a super-speed computing future, with only a humble staff of 140 employees. PC World reports that D-Wave developed its first quantum computer in 2011. Since then, it has been sold to a multitude of organizations such as Lockheed Martin and NASA. According to Tech Republic, D-Wave has accumulated millions of dollars in investment from a variety of groups, such as Goldman Sachs and the American C.
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