…[Q]uantum computing can offer quantum machine learning, meaning you use this special quantum ability to handle different simulations and different possibilities… 

…Cleveland Clinic, for instance, is looking at how some patients who undergo general surgeries have heart complications after their procedures… 

“It would be transformative if we could identify ahead of time who is at highest risk of having a heart attack after surgery, as so we could take care of those people better,” says Lara Jehi, MD, Cleveland Clinic’s chief research information officer.

…Quantum technology could improve and speed this analysis to produce models that better perform…

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