The UK government has decided to offer courses in quantum computing, according to the country’s chief technology officer.
The government will soon announce the quantum computing plans for the coming year, which include quantum computing course in schools.
The announcement comes after a quantum computing revolution has transformed the lives of millions of people worldwide, and is now being studied in the UK, which is home to the first quantum computing facility, the UK Department of Education.
The quantum computing technology is based on an experiment by physicists and computer scientists at CERN.
In a video statement, British Secretary of State for Universities and Science, Kirsty Williams, said the government has taken a number of quantum computing initiatives and has seen positive results from these initiatives, which will continue to improve the UK’s academic standards.
She also said the Government is working closely with businesses to ensure they are well equipped to address the challenges facing our future and is working to ensure that they have the necessary tools to achieve their quantum computing ambitions.
“The government is also supporting businesses and institutions that are developing and testing the applications of quantum computers, including universities,” Williams said.
“This is a crucial time in the global quantum computing race.”
She also announced the government will establish an Innovation Strategy Unit to support the development of innovative solutions to key societal challenges.
“I am confident that the government is prepared to deliver a secure and sustainable transition to quantum computing in the coming years,” she said.
The new university course will take place at St. Michael’s College, one of the UKs most prestigious institutions of higher learning, and will run for two years.
Students will be able to take the course in the first year and return in the second year.
The university is expected to host up to 100 quantum computing students.
The U.K. Department of Computing and Technology will be the lead agency responsible for managing the course, according a spokesperson.
The new quantum computing unit will be part of the government’s wider quantum computing strategy.
The U.S. Department, Science and Technology is also set to develop and test new applications for quantum computing.