Enoila Shokunbi, a fifth grader at McDonough School in Middletown, knows exactly what she wants to be when she grows up.

“President,” she said quickly. “But I might want to be a singer first.”

Enoila explains that someone like Taylor Swift would likely get more votes for president because of her pop stardom, so that might be the route she

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Unanimously, the U.S. House of Representatives this week passed a bipartisan bill sponsored by a Virginia congresswoman to help provide surplus computers to military veterans, students and seniors in need. Under a 1949 law controlling government surplus, that’s now impossible.

U.S. Rep. Abigail Spanberger’s legislation was co-sponsored by two fellow congressional representatives from Virginia, U.S.

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Researchers have made a breakthrough in quantum technology development that has the potential to leave today’s supercomputers in the dust, opening the door to advances in fields including medicine, chemistry, cybersecurity and others that have been out of reach.

In a study published in the journal Nature on Wednesday, researchers from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia said they found

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Quantum computing is a rapidly-emerged technology that channels the laws of quantum mechanics to solve complex problems, impossible for classical computers to encode. With time, the rise in quantum computers has overpowered traditional computers and has marked a milestone in the development of quantum computers.  

However, some research institutes have predicted that the continuous rise of quantum supremacy will slowly

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