What is Quantum Computing?
In quantum computing, laws of quantum mechanics are harnessed to solve problems too complex for classical computers.
Instead of traditional bits used in classical computing, quantum computing uses quantum bits, or qubits. Qubits have the unique property of being able to exist in multiple states at once, which is known as "superposition."
Because a qubit can represent multiple values simultaneously, quantum computers can perform certain types of calculations much faster than classical computers.
In addition, quantum computing utilizes another quantum phenomenon called entanglement, which allows qubits to be connected in a way that allows them to exchange information instantly, regardless of their distance.
Due to this, quantum computers can perform certain types of computations that are not possible with classical computers.
As a whole, quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize computing and solve complex problems beyond the capabilities of classical computers.