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Quand l'ordinateur quantique de Google calcule 100 millions de fois plus vite qu’une machine classique

Quand l'ordinateur quantique de Google calcule 100 millions de fois plus vite qu’une machine classique | Marketing en France | Scoop.it
Il a fallu une seconde au nouveau D-Wave 2X testé par la firme pour résoudre un problème d'optimisation qui aurait pris 10 000 ans... en temps normal.

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Culture - Besson’s ‘Lucy’ biggest French success abroad in 20 years

Culture - Besson’s ‘Lucy’ biggest French success abroad in 20 years | Marketing en France | Scoop.it
Luc Besson's thriller "Lucy" starring Scarlett Johansson has taken the global market by storm, becoming the most successful French film abroad in 20 years, movie agency UniFrance announced Friday.
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European countries dominate in global prosperity rankings

European countries dominate in global prosperity rankings | Marketing en France | Scoop.it
Norway has been named the most prosperous country in the world for the sixth year in a row and European countries dominate the top 30 of the annual Prosperity Index
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Bland and Boring Tweets Turn Into Hilariously Eloquent Works of Art with #TweetCellar

Bland and Boring Tweets Turn Into Hilariously Eloquent Works of Art with #TweetCellar | Marketing en France | Scoop.it
It was an exciting time for the folks at French Tech when they were invited to take part in the SXSW festival in the USA earlier this year. French Tech, a
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Tweet from @HistoryInPics

Tweet from @HistoryInPics | Marketing en France | Scoop.it
Neurologist Duchenne de Boulogne electrocuting a man's face in order to study facial muscles, France, 1862 pic.twitter.com/yyEe9GT6gK
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