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(Phys Org2)   Combining classical and quantum computing opens door to new discoveries, possibly including using computer mice as voice command input devices   (phys.org) divider line
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2021-06-15 1:12:36 PM  
Finding Sarah Conner will be easier than ever.
 
2021-06-15 2:25:08 PM  
Ah, but the mouse will have trouble with Scots accents.

/Star Trek?
//Scotsmen in an elevator?
///choose your own adventure
 
2021-06-15 2:38:50 PM  
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2021-06-15 2:39:37 PM  
Mine would sound like Pinky ..
 
2021-06-15 3:04:17 PM  

AlgaeRancher: Finding Sarah Conner will be easier than ever.



Yes, but if you are able observe her location she would no longer be there to kill.
 
2021-06-15 3:15:51 PM  
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A classical computer with a keyboard... how quaint! Let me just quantum that up for ye laddie!
 
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