Canada's prime minister faculties reporter on quantum computing

Canada's prime minister schools reporter on quantum computing

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Justin Trudeau, Canada’s prime minister, paid a go to to the Perimeter for Theoretical Physicals in Waterloo earlier at this time. There, he encountered a sassy reporter who seemingly did not anticipate him to know a lot about quantum computing. However, because it seems, Trudeau is properly-versed on the subject, so he took the chance to interrupt it down for everybody the occasion.

This occurred after the journalist began a query by saying, “I used to be going to ask you to elucidate quantum computing, however…,” adopted by mild chuckles. In response, Trudeau stated, “Quite simple: regular computer systems work by…,” which induced the gang to giggle and briefly interrupt him. The Canadian PM then resumed and gave the Cliff’s Notes model of quantum computing — which was greater than that reporter thought he’d know.

Mr. Trudeau, we salute you.