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Life is a QC function, self error correcting, self-organizing, self simulating. infinite dimensional and makes use of change of state upon measurement/observation, etc.Our five senses, our brain and all our cells act in unison to repair/regenerate 50-70 billion damaged cells daily at 99.99 % efficiency and at lightning speed, besides protein production, self-simulating consciousness, intelligence, awareness, meme and much more.
The universe is also a QC function, the quantum field can self-simulate intelligent conscious 'observer', collapsing the field into fine tuned particles/strings (matter), implying divine purpose. Man and god are entangled. For man to create a QC is like creating life.
maybe you need Master Yoda for his Force
It is funny when he points at the computer screen, at 4:29 , and says here is the evidence that the atoms are in a counter-intuitive state, when the screen only shows a bad sinusoidal plot 🙂
Well this could make AI with in years, it also can make full dive vrmmorpg possible like SAO or readyplayer one. I'm looking forward for vr when I retire🤤, huge gamer.
This must be an old video as D-Wave's 512 QBit quantum computer is 120 cubic feet in size and fast as hell as compared to these. They cost $15 million dollars US. NASA and Google have at least 2 of them. So maybe these Universities are trying to reinvent the wheel the hardway. D-Wave is interfacing their computer into the CERN's Particle Collider to pull in life forms beings from other dimensions.
dammmm, that performance acting / art (?) is scary, weird and bizarre. somehow too modern for me, although it was from 1975
Accessing coldness of space—the realm of spirits
How far off are they thinking an organic computer the size of a pea will be the first quantum computer. Modeled off our brain and nuro synapses.
so should I get an apple or windows?
quantum compatible os, next report!
4:30 not real evidence. The first method to proof quantum Computing was designed by Urmila Mahadev and her Paper was published on September 14th 2018
Buy Bitcoin and IOTA 🙂
so we both dead and alive at the same time
BBC loves the Satanists and Child Killers.
Kat B Hawkins got some skinny Ankles.
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23:45 23:48 mOrina?
OMG Hensinger !!! He's a musician too :))
This video is racist. I don't see any black people!!!
They are too busy listening to rap and filling out government food stamp applications!!!
The Quantum computer already exist and was made by a Canadian firm (who named it) 5 years ago and it is actually the size of a standard laptop. It is not yet commercialized because the US government still has concerns on internet security and encryptions to protect data, especially for banking services. It has a boron based CPU with 1000 times processing power in comparison to the present Core i7 intel versions. They have to keep paying this firm annually until the Quantum computer's decryption abilities are met with equal strength encryptions.
white people are really smart …
Fiber to the pc true speed
really the witch at the end
So crypto currency is a super computer test?
Why would the BBC promote someone involved in Satanic Spirit Cooking….?
Sometimes I feel I am listening to a foreign language…
It will be the end of lonely nights for fat men is what.
Why does everone say if we build one? I thought we had lots.
its , 1 and 0 ,, old sticks and stones ,,,, to rock paper scissors , 0 1, 2, this is gonna change world in weird ways. unfathomable
But can they run crysis?
In theory bigfoot can write the code for quantum computers. I love a good story.
can an electrical engineer work on quantum computers?
4:50 When you build a quantum computer probably worth a lot of money and place parts of it on a stack of books.
This is genuinely scary
I can't get over how outrageous the combination of quantum computing and AI is going to be. In the next 100 years I feel like the world is going to be more different from now than the difference between now and the last 6000 years. This is the stuff of the gods, like something only a highly advanced alien race should possess
3:20 when it breaks the code in an instant is almost terrifying lol
i have one in my pocket
Quatum computing was invented by Indian 1000 years ago. I can't imagine this modern world without Indian invention.
SO WHAT IS "DWAVE" this program is stating quantum computing is very much in a prototype stage .take a look at the inside of a dwave and it looks like a big pile of bullshit to me?
Spirit cooking. 😖
He needs to calm down LOL
but can it run crysis at max settings?
I would love to play some video games on it.
Now Intel has a 40 something qbit processor chip that theoretically could fit in a laptop, tablet, or regular desktop. I think AI will be the key to the software design for quantum computers, a learning AI running on a quantum system should be able to figure out how to make self configuring software similar to how the human brain can imagine and come up with solutions. It seems the human brain runs similar to a quantum computer, there is thought to be 8 different neuron nerve sizes and can send varied signals from cell to other cells. Future AI might have as much imagination as a person does if they use a quantum system. Scientists might also create a trinary software language which has 3 bit states and a variance describer for the last bit state which accounts for the overlay they described. Technically from a human point of view the trinary software language would be the easiest for a human to understand and write programs for quantum computer systems. The variance describer would be less like a bit or state of data and more like a wavelength similar to a radio frequency which would read similarly to a human's EEG of the brain.
very interesting but grasping all the concepts is hard the way he keeps stopping then staring again. needs editing
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