I try to collect false assumptions, misunderstandings and such and try to provide answers and corrections. The first part covers Schrödingers Cat, usage of quantum computers for large data set, the question of education and what programming languages are possible.
If I needed a title for a book about #digitization #transformation or the state of #IT in general, this would probably be it. #fail
There would be enough content for it, after all. If you limit yourself to Austria, it’s enough. Martin Leyrer summarized the last 10 years or so very entertainingly in his talk at the Grazer Linuxtage 2022.… Read more » “The Austrian Way – #failfast and #failalways”
Privacy and #Secrecy is not written in CAPITAL LETTERS everywhere. It makes me think a bit (no, actually quite a bit) when an online bank transfer to an Austrian authority uses the social security number plus date of birth as payment reference. 😱
Yes sure it’s easy and simple for identification, but this payment reference now goes from my bank to the destination bank and with maybe some manual clearings in between.… Read more » “Privacy and Secrecy is not written in CAPITAL LETTERS everywhere”
I am sure that most of the readers know about artificial intelligence. And also about the advances that have been achieved after the long AI winter. And one of the most amazing (from my point of view) was the release of GPT-3 of openai. Absolutely fantastic what the an AI can produce. But, and this is a huge “But”, this is nothing compared to DALL-E, which is basically the an AI-powered arts machine.… Read more » “First kitty steps with DALL-E”
“As explained by Science, to replicate the performance of Sycamore, the scientists first had to reconfigure the problem as a 3D mathematical array called a tensor network. This meant they could use the system’s GPUs to perform calculations in parallel.
The low level of accuracy of Sycamore’s computation gave the Chinese team additional room for manoeuvre.… Read more » “Google’s quantum supremacy debunked?”