Israel's Innovation Authority and Defense Ministry have committed $60 million to building the country's first quantum computer.
The Authority's Aviv Zeevi said the agencies are soliciting bids from multinationals, Israeli businesses, and universities.
The U.S. and China are already vying to realize quantum dominance, while Russia, the European Union, Canada, and more recently Israel have entered the competition.
Zeevi said, "We want to be in the game. We need to be at least at a reasonable level to be able to develop" hardware and software associated with quantum computers.
From The Jerusalem Post
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