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.
“Another fundamental issue is that it is unclear what commercially-useful problems can even be solved with quantum computers — if any.”Nikita Gourianov, FT
This statement by Nikita Gourianov was published in the Financial Times (https://www.ft.com/content/6d2e34ab-f9fd-4041-8a96-91802bab7765 or archive https://archive.ph/0VB0K) and caused some reactions by people working in the quantum space. As I have posted on LinkedIn, I don’t see it that black, but to be honest, there are some valid points in the article.… Read more » “Uncertain future for quantum computer”
“We are quantum!”See – yes, finally after a long time, Austria has a again a Nobel Prize winner. Probably everyone already knows that physicist Anton Zeilinger from Austria has won the Physics Nobel Prize 2022 together with his colleagues John F. Clauser and Alain Aspect. The topic: “for experiments with entangled photons, establishing the violation of Bell inequalities and pioneering quantum information science”.… Read more » “We are quantum!”
Artificial intelligence tries to predict future based on current information or to classify data. The heart of an AI is the model which is basically the brain of an AI. Models are the result of learning (aka training) like normal brains have to do. Your brain learns from the information in the form of books, experiences, videos… provided.… Read more » “Quantum Boosting AI’s Performance”
First the question is What makes a law a law? A law as discussed here is not like a law in physics or a law defined by legal, a set of rules enforced by government. Laws as discussed here are rather theories and hypotheses that try to explain the future based on observations in the past.… Read more » “Moore’s Law vs Rose’s Law vs Neven’s Law”