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10 Broadcaster Press July 31, 2018 www.broadcasteronline.com U.S. Must Win The Race Against China And Europe On Quantum Computing By Sen. John Thune For the last several decades, America's lead in cutting-edge technology has helped propel our economy and national security. America is now in a race with China and Europe to develop the next technological breakthroughs based on the power of quantum science. It's a race we must win. We have introduced the National Quantum Initiative Act of 2018 to help align and accelerate public and private research and development of quantum science. 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But the new industries provide strategic planning support, as other nations around the world and new jobs this technology will serve as a central point of contact rapidly advance their own quantum create are just over the horizon. programs, the U.S. faces a real threat Quantum computing promises for research, and promote commerdrastic improvements in the security of falling behind.Easy Sudoku Puzzles cialization of federal research by the by KrazyDad China and the European Union of data and electronic communicaprivate sector. are investing billions of dollars in tions, precise long-range weather The bill also supports basic new #2 forecasts, and the development of Sudokuresearch facilities and equipresearch, education and standards ment for quantum efforts. China, in new medicines and materials. development in multiple federal particular, has stated publicly its Applications of this technolagencies. 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