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quantum computers 2

English vocabulary

TermDefinition
crack to break something
government the group of people who officially control a country
network a large system consisting of many similar parts that are connected together to allow movement or communication between or along the parts
artificial intelligence the study of how to produce machines that have some of the qualities that the human mind has, such as the ability to understand language, recognize pictures, solve problems, and learn
advantage a condition giving a greater chance of success
stock money that people invest in the government
basement a part of a building that is partly or completely below the level of the ground
PhD doctor of philosophy: the highest college or university degree
advance an improvement or development in something
available able to be bought or used
reliable that be trusted or believed
stuff things that someone says or does
Created by: caddyny