An overview of Quantum Computing
An overview of Quantum Computing
On the onset, let me dispel any myths that we would make quantum computing incrementally better in 2019. Instead we would just be pushing a little in the right direction towards building better quantum computing devices. Although it would be small increment, it would still be a huge focal point in the area of AI.
Quantum computers use quantum physics to compute calculations faster than any supercomputer today. We are well aware of how computers use bits and bytes. However unlike a regular computer, quantum computers use qubits (Quantum bits) to store information.
We have a long way to go in terms of dealing with the challenges of quantum computing like maintaining coherence of the qubits or removing the unnecessary and noisy computations.
2019 would see more research on quantum computers and how to create strategies to reduce the error rates to make meaningful computations possible. According to Andrew Childs, Co-director, Joint Center for Quantum Information and Computer Science (QuICS), “Current error rates significantly limit the lengths of computations that can be performed, We’ll have to do a lot better if we want to do something interesting.”
The interesting problems could be to solve almost unsolvable problems like climate change, presence of earth-like planets in the galaxy or our body’s ability to destroy cancer.
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