(WSJ.com) Congress has approved a bill aimed at speeding U.S. development of quantum computing. The House passed the bill Wednesday evening, 348-11, following approval in the Senate last week. It is expected to be signed by President Trump.
“Establishing a national quantum program is essential to maintaining our position as global leaders in science and technology,” Sen. John Thune (R., S.D.), the Commerce Committee chairman, said following Senate passage of the bill.