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It's a tool "for making an object appear transparent."
Thankfully, so far its applications aren't criminal in nature.
This puts us one step closer to living in a world with quantum computers.
"To create computers that not only learn new information but that also learn what to forget.”
And it could reveal how life on Earth came to be.
It's smaller but more powerful.
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This is the sort of conversation explored in Peter Diamandis’s online community called Abundance 360 Digital (A360D).
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