Today, our lives are very different compared to the end of the 20th century. Gone are the days when our mobile phones had small screens, with a keyboard mounted on the body and limited to making only calls and messages. Today, we are at a point where mobile phones are more powerful than desktop computers. With the advent of technology, we are now set to start the journey to build the next generation computer.
The main idea behind this is to solve problems that “classical computing” cannot. There are many areas where classical computing, not one, not two, seems to have not worked in our favour. Yet, while we have some quantum computers, they are still unreliable as far as demands are concerned. Today, we see giant market players like IBM, Google, Microsoft, etc. in the race to build the first powerful quantum computer. While it’s an expensive discovery, it’s not stopping companies from pouring in so much money because they know the advantages offered will last forever. Today, the idea is to build a quantum communication system that does not communicate bits and bytes, but quantum computers say understandable quantum. The reason this is important is that we are in a position to build a quantum version of the internet.
Quantum AI, apart from being smart and fast, also has the benefit of “superposition”. Considering the fact that classical AI works in a black box, Quantum AI stands for the ability to exploit superposition to operate in multiple black boxes at once.
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As everyone knows, computers today use binary logic to solve yes or no questions. But with quantum computers, the scenario is quite different. They are not limited to yes or no questions. They have the ability to determine the trust factor for a specific operation. There is a lot of speculation about the first massive powerful quantum computer that will soon enter the technology world.
How the second algorithm stack as a whole can be assessed as “jazzy.” This algorithm allows scientists to estimate the average rating of all documents. In short, both these algorithms allow a range of outputs to more accurately illustrate information with quantum speedup – as opposed to what classical computing methods do. Prashant Shyamsunder’s paper represents the foundation of quantum algorithms of basic functioning.