Quantum computing harnesses the fundamental principles of subatomic physics to tackle complex problems that surpass the capabilities of traditional computers.

This new way of processing information and calculations radically increases the speed of computing, opening up remarkable possibilities such as advancing our understanding of crop genetics to cultivate hardier produce, achieving higher yields and bolstering food security.

Furthermore, it can enable the development of better water treatment techniques and improved weather forecasting.

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