Quantum Computing

A supercomputer is helping to reduce traffic jams, saving time and money. Here’s how

American scientists have a new weapon in the war on traffic congestion – a supercomputer. Image: REUTERS/Philippe Wojazer - D1AESYCOEZAA

Sean Fleming

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