"Quantum computing technology is slated to revolutionize our ability to manipulate and analyze data, fundamentally changing the way that countless industries from cybersecurity and telecommunications to pharmaceutical development and transportation logistics will operate in the future. Even the US Senate is getting in on the action.
Problem is, that right now quantum computers are still pretty rare and often require a substantial knowledge of quantum physics in order to program and operate. This drastically restricts the user population to large corporations and academic institutions like Google, Intel VW, and Cambridge University. But Canadian quantum computing company D-Wave Systems aims to change that by opening access to its quantum computer farm to the public via a new web portal dubbed the Leap Quantum Application Environment." Read the article at Engadget.