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The future of computers
should be able to maintain a speed advantage over quantum computers for the next 10 years, so miners likely wont be able to use quantum systems for nefarious purposes. The elliptic curve signature scheme used by Bitcoincould be completely broken by a quantum computer as early as 2027, Aggarwal and his colleagues wrote. A majority of Americans are broadly familiar with the notion that automation may impact a wide range of human employment, and most consider the concept to be generally realistic. We know that in order to gain talent you have to come up against hard challenges in which you exercise your skills to the utmost, over and over again, and slowly you gain a new level of skill, and then you are challenged again. Roughly three-quarters of Americans who have heard a lot about this concept (76) express some level of worry about a future in which machines do many jobs currently done by humans.
Robotspast and future, Thomas Edison: Inventor of the Future, The Future of the Economy in the year 2020, Computers in the Medical Field,
Nicholas Carr: At both a personal and an institutional level, we have come to assume that efficiency and convenience are always good, and maximising those things is always a worthy goal. When asked whether the government or individuals themselves are most responsible for taking care of people whose jobs are displaced by robots or computers, the public is evenly split. According to MIT Technology Review, Bitcoin doesnt have any plans to revise its current security protocols just yet, but with usable quantum computers still a decade or two away, cryptocurrency platforms have time to reconsider their encryption methods. But that share falls to 45 among those with four-year college degrees. National University of Singapore (NUS) examined how quantum computers could undermine and even exploit Bitcoins security protocols. A similar share of these high-awareness Americans (47) express some level of enthusiasm about the notion that machines might one day do many of the jobs currently done by humans, a figure that is also substantially higher than among those with lower levels of familiarity.