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Quantum computing

Post by Dreamweaver » 31 Mar 2018, 22:53

5 years ago in Australia
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For the first time, physicists have performed machine learning on a photonic quantum computer, demonstrating that quantum computers may be able to exponentially speed up the rate at which certain machine learning tasks are performed—in some cases, reducing the time from hundreds of thousands of years to mere seconds. The new method takes advantage of quantum entanglement, in which two or more objects are so strongly related that paradoxical effects often arise since a measurement on one object instantaneously affects the other. Here, quantum entanglement provides a very fast way to classify vectors into one of two categories, a task that is at the core of machine learning.
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Re: Quantum computing

Post by Perrorist » 01 Apr 2018, 08:49

At this stage, it's difficult to see the technology being used in normal computers, because of its need for sub-zero temperatures and powerful magnets. However, it could be very useful in research institutions.

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