Google has announced a $100 million quantum computing partnership with the University of Chicago and the University of Tokyo. The aim of the partnership is to accelerate the development of a fault-tolerant quantum computer through critical research, exchange of researchers and ideas, entrepreneurship and business support, and workforce training. Google will provide access to advanced quantum processors, classical compute access, faculty research grants, graduate and undergraduate research funding, entrepreneurship and business development opportunities, and workforce development support. The partnership aligns with Google Quantum AI’s mission to build a large-scale quantum computer capable of complex computations and bring tangible benefits to various fields.

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