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Google achieving quantum computing is a huge deal. It means, among many other things, that no code is uncrackable.
Its quantum computer can solve tasks that are otherwise unsolvable, a report says.
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Andrew Yang🧢🇺🇸 Sep 20
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We need to catch up with our approach to encryption
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pupe Sep 20
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Now that's what I call on-message
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U~Iriamu🧢☂️ Sep 20
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Hey, more money for the freedom dividend
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Dawnร์ Moore 🧋 Sep 20
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This tweet is way funnier if you know anything about the guy giggling in the back (Scott Morrison, dopey conservative Prime minister of Australia.)
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Joshua LaForte 🌎🌍🌏 Sep 20
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It was nice knowing everyone.
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Woman Logic Sep 20
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That’s just not true.
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Jaron 🧢🌍 Sep 20
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Actually it is. The most popular encryption methods (eg RSA) rely on the assumption that it is difficult to factor the product of two very large prime numbers. However, using quantum computing algorithms, factoring integers is fairly easy. Hence it breaks the encryptions.
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