Why India is falling behind in the Y2Q race8 min read 14 Jan 2020, 09:48 PM IST
The world faces a new scare around quantum computing, dubbed Y2Q. India’s effort to tackle this is falling short
Y2Q can put diplomatic and military secrets, or even sensitive financial and healthcare data, at risk. For now, whatever little is moving on this front in India is mainly through the govt
NEW DELHI : Two decades ago, the world faced its first big computing scare. It was dubbed Y2K, a programming bug which raised widespread concerns that digital infrastructure would crumble at the turn of the new millennium. That moment passed without any major incident, thanks in large measure to work done by India’s software coders.
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