Quantum Computing's Pandemic Potential

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

During COVID-19, much hope is being focused on the abilities of scientists to find ways to curb the pandemic. Some of that falls on the shoulders of computer scientists working to create new technology to help facilitate an anti-COVID vaccine. To discuss how quantum computing could be instrumental in responding to the challenges of this pandemic and others to come, The Agenda welcomes Shohini Ghose, a Wilfred Laurier physics and computer science professor.
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May 14, 2020
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