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International Business Machines Corp. is starting up so-called camps across Africa to train hundreds of engineers and scientists in quantum coding, an experimental science being researched to succeed current computer-processor technology, as the US tech giant readies to take hold of commercial opportunities on the continent. “IBM is investing to build capacity in quantum computing