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qBraid's QuBes course endorsed by White House Q12 Initiative

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qBraid's QuBes course endorsed by White House Q12 Initiative offers an online platform for learning about quantum information and programming on quantum computers. It is targeted at different levels, spanning high school, undergraduate. For example, non-quantum learners may visit to access an introductory course, which does not require signing in to the service. According to the creators, some familiarity with probability and vectors is helpful, along with a familiarity with coding in python.

In other modes, users are required to set up an account. Courses are made up of various notebooks which contain coding exercises for programming quantum computers. Students can run the code from within the notebooks, which provides them a hands-on experience. Additionally, students can use the integrated development environment (IDE) on qBraid to develop their own projects. qBraid includes features for collaboration on projects and sharing with the community.

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