IBM Q: The first Commercially Viable Quantum Computer
Say you had four cards; one Queen, three Aces. Now shuffle them.
How would you find the queen? You would take a guess, and maybe another and another until you got it right; this is how today’s computers think.
Quantum computers can be designed to find that Queen in just one try. In real life you usually don’t have just four choices, you might have a hundred thousand, or a hundred billion an unsolvable number. How would you find the best answer? What if you could explore exponential possibilities to find the best possibility? That’s what we think a quantum computer will be able to do.
While technologies, like AI can find patterns buried in vast amounts of existing data, quantum computers may have the potential to deliver solutions to problems where the data doesn’t exist. Quantum may help us potentially unleash solutions: To better understand molecular interaction. To help researchers create new medicines or materials. To deliver a product across the globe with the least amount of fuel. To help manage risk in constantly fluctuating financial markets. And quantum may eventually allow us to train A.I. better and faster.
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