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.
“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!”
oh yes, my salted and hashed password sent along with some unimportant event for some diagnostics is a good idea. what? you say it is safe? sure, as long as the cryptogrpahy is done right (done as right as sending the hashed password?🤷♀️) and no #quantumcomputing is available. fantastic news. 😞
I would bet that 100% of my followers know at least one of these guys and/or are using their algorithms:
… Read more » “On the shoulders of giants…”
Martin Hellman (center) and Whitfield Diffie (right), shown here in a 1977 photo with Ralph Merkle, wrote a seminal paper that linked one-way functions to cryptography.