Memes or the future of humanity?
Quantum computers are only good at quantum simulations.
academic masturbation toy made by unemployed pseuds to feel smart
I had a girlfriend that looked just like this once.
>I had a girlfriend that looked just like this once.
>same. same age, too
Do you have any idea how much insane shit we could make if we had the ability to arbitrarily create materials with the amount of precision required to make Quantum Computers? Quantum Computers are just a thought experiment at this point. The ones that exist are more simulations of what QCs would be if we could make them than QCs themselves.
only practical uses of QC are destroying the value of crypto meme money (based) and breaking non-resistant encryption (cringe)
>All crypto is already quantum-proof (based)
>Your bank is running Shor-ables still (also based)
i want one of those quantum computer cooling mechanisms to make a chandelier out of it
now how are they going to miniaturize that into a phone
won't happen in our lifetime. if it does, we'll be incredibly old.
that new revolutionary super conductor that nobody talks about anymore is going to make it totally possible or something
>Memes or the future of humanity?
it's not going anywhere without major breakthroughs in the technology. progress has been slow for decades. people expected it to evolve at a similar rate to our current computing tech but it's much slower than that. it's like a timescale of at least 200 years (without tech advances) to make it feisable for everyone.
Looks like something that would hang from the ceiling in trumps dining room. fucking hideous
how the fuck did they ever even come up with this design? why does it have to look like this? and also, why does it look so similarly to something you'd see in a doctor who episode or some background bullshit in a power rangers base?
Everything you see is just a giant heatsink / liquid cooling system. Same principals of heat dissipation as in your CPU heatsink, just different size / air transfer ratios because it's cooling to near absolute zero.
So a quantum computer is just a really fucking hot regular computer?
exactly the opposite, it has to be insanely cold to get quantum interference to kick in
New israelite's distraction now that they're losing to China in hardware war.
Fuck off, Zoomer tourist. Quantum Computers have been pop science since before you were born.
How does quantum computing work in short Genuinely asking
bits but micro from what i gather
Normal computer use Voltage +5V and 0V for 2 states of electrons.
Quantum computer use the electron spin vector position, that a quantum state that have more than 2 states.
mostly current computing : If there is electrons : it's a bit high = 1, else there is no electrons = bit low = 0.
Quantum computing : an electron is like a Mobius Strip and a position on the strip is a different state, but you can reduce to 3 states : up Qubit : initial electron spin position, down Qubit = half spin, both state = any other electron spin position.
Technically you can subdivide a Mobius Strip to 255 small segments portion and in that case a Qubit can have 255 different states.
>Technically you can subdivide a Mobius Strip to 255 small segments portion and in that case a Qubit can have 255 different states.
it's why it gives me such an erection. the computing power potential is so insane that my mind can't comprehend how good it will be. talking about bits in the distant future would be like talking about coal for your steam engine.
Maybe this is a stupid question, but couldn't you hypothetically use more voltages for encoding data to similar effect? No mean pls
that would just turn your binary computer to ternary/quaternary/w.e.
quantum computers rely on mechanics like entangling to represent all possible states. 4 qubits entangled may represent all numbers from 0 to (2^4)-1. at the end of any quantum calculation is a sort of measurement step where qubits collapse to 0 or 1. this is inherently probabilistic. should be easy to see that none of this relates much to what could be achieved by just increasing the base of our bits (which is impractical in its own right).
would take you less than 30 seconds to learn this via wikipedia
would take you 30 seconds to brail read my stubble on my balls with your tongue before I hose down your face
Neither. They will be useful for certain niche applications (assuming anyone actually manages to make one with billions of qubits), but that's all.
We had those quantum photonic devices literally in every soviet appartement. Look what it did to us.
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