US Patent for Quantum computing in business problems
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Accenture Awarded US Patent for Combining Classical and Quantum Computing with Potential to Address Previously Unsolvable Business Problems.
Quantum computing has the potential to solve complex business problems millions of times faster than classical computing by leveraging the properties of quantum physics to process multiple computing tasks in parallel.
Accenture new patent - U.S. Patent No. 10,095,981 - reveals how businesses could take advantage of the best aspects of both classical and quantum computing techniques to enable breakthrough solutions to problems that could not be solved before.
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