I selected this post because it goes into a brief description about quantum computing and then goes on to explain the uses of the technique. Talking about how quantum computing could spur the development of new breakthroughs in science, medications to save lives, machine learning methods to diagnose illnesses sooner, materials to make more efficient devices and structures, financial strategies to live well in retirement, and algorithms to quickly direct resources such as ambulances.
I chose this article because it explains what quantum computing is and how it is going to transform cybersecurity into four areas. Companies like IBM and Classiq are developing more abstracted layers in the programming stack, enabling developers to build powerful quantum applications to solve real-world problems.
i chose this because i fond this d- system interesting. and this site talks about how it works and how its used. and all the programming it takes to use it. plus the computing control section gives a lot of detail
the reason i chose this link is because the article that was linked to the assignment if i remember correctly mentioned ibm
but basically this quantum computing is quick, thats really all i can say describing it.
i think it would be cool having a computer that quick, but it just seems unnecessary having a computer that quick. they said it could save lives with different types of medicine. but yea thats what i got out of it
This article essentially sums up what happened back in 2019, as mentioned in the article Mr. Matthews shared, when Google claimed that they had achieved quantum supremacy (quantum computers becoming faster than classical computers). They achieved quantum supremacy by performing a calculation that would have took a classical supercomputer 10,000 years in about 200 seconds, which is many orders of magnitudes faster. Aside from Google's achievement here, I believe that this gives insight into what the future of computers may be capable of. Obviously, the first quantum computers that would actually perform useful tasks would be limited to big tech companies and slowly make its way to the general public. The technology that goes into these computers is fascinating. We humans have a hard time processing what is actually happening with the quantum bits (qubits) in these computers because they are contradictory to what we experience in our lives. We experience things in our lives as true or false, on or off, yes or no. Quantum computing is beyond what we experience in that a qubit can be in two states at once, and that is the beauty of this concept of quantum mechanics.
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Scientists from Fermilab, Caltech, NASAâ€™s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and the University of Calgary achieved â€œlong-distance quantum teleportationâ€ in mid-2020, they confirmed in an academic journal article published last month. Itâ€™s another step toward realizing whatâ€™s often called quantum computing, and also toward understanding physics on a different level than we do now, perhaps well enough to someday teleport humans. And while there is no ETF specifically for that yet, here are some broad guidelines for thinking about how to invest in very nascent technologies
This article talks about whatâ€™s often called quantum computing, and how it may be able to someday teleport humans. Scientists from Fermilab, Caltech, NASAâ€™s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and the University of Calgary achieved â€œlong-distance quantum teleportationâ€ in mid-2020.
Harnessing Quantum Codes The following paragraph that is stating that Quantum Computers can help us design new things such as drugs, new materials, scanners, CD players, and possibly many more that the paragraph says...
I chose the article about Googles quantum computing division helping develop new drugs. I chose this article because of this past years events related to COVID 19. The article says that the use of quantum computing allows better simulation than with conventional computers. The article also says that current computers are good in pharmaceutical development but they donâ€™t work well in the early stages of development. The added computer potential of quantum computers would aid in the early development.
Quantum computing is an area of computing focused on developing computer technology based on the principles of quantum theory, which explains the behavior of energy and material on the atomic and subatomic levels. Classical computers that we use today can only encode information in bits that take the value of 1 or 0.
Quantum computers perform calculations based on the probability of an object's state before it is measured - instead of just 1s or 0s - which means they have the potential to process exponentially more data compared to classical computers. ... A single state - such as on or off, up or down, 1 or 0 - is called a bit.
This article is about how quantum computers would be able to break into today's AES encription and more. To get ahead of the problem NIST launched a competition, asking researchers to develop "quantum proof" encryption methods.
Quantum computers promise to perform certain tasks much faster than ordinary computers. In essence, a quantum computer carefully orchestrates quantum effects to explore a huge computational space and ultimately converge on a solution, or solutions, to a problem. If the numbers of quantum bits and operations reach even modest levels, carrying out the same task on a state-of-the-art supercomputer becomes intractable on any reasonable timescale a regime termed quantum computational supremacy.
I chose this article because it basically shows tells you what quantum computing is, and it tells you conclusions and the outlooks that coe from quantum computing. Quantum computing makes certain types of classically intractable problems solvable.
This article tells about the UK take on quantum computing and how they have a lot funded into it to be the superior in it. It also tell how they making emulators for it and where that are projected to be in the 2020s.
The article I choose talks about how the freezer they have in the United Kingdom could be colder than space it's self. Which means with all the coldness they would be able to get to greater heights like with quantum computing. With the coldness they could also improve the quailty of the qubits which would be a big leap for them.
Quantum computers therefore require error correction. Any computational problem that can be solved by a classical computer can also be solved by a quantum computer. Conversely, any problem that can be solved by a quantum computer can also be solved by a classical computer, at least in principle given enough time.
Physicists built two tiny drums, each as big as a human hair is wide, and synchronized their vibrations exactly. They achieved this perfect unison of drums using a phenomenon of quantum mechanics known as entanglement – and the drums could be useful in developing quantum computers.