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Unitary Hack

A quantum computing open source hackathon in May with the Unitary Fund

Screengrab from https://unitaryfund.github.io/unitaryhack/

Greeting quantum coders. Not too sure what this is, but it looked relevant to share.

Rules seem quite simple (see below) and there’s plenty of time to prepare. If anyone does get inolved please do share details with us. Or maybe, if it makes sense we can create a Quantum London team. Let us know…




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