Normal computers are comprised of a giant series of ones and zeros, but quantum computers take advantage of a bit being a one and a zero simultaneously. This allows quantum computers to do calculations much faster than silicone chip-based machines. Google has launched a quantum computing lab, hosted by NASA, where the goal is to house a 512-bit quantum computer that researchers can share. In addition, the NSA is currently running an $80-million research program to figure out how quantum computing can be used in codebreaking. Personally, we are looking forward to the Quantum Leap computer, which can run programs that go back in time to fix people's lives.