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Urooj Ahmad
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Quantum AI —Introduction - A better future?


> Quantum AI, short for Quantum Artificial Intelligence, represents the fusion of quantum computing and artificial intelligence, offering exciting possibilities for solving complex problems.

Key Concepts

1. Quantum Computing Basics:

  • Quantum Bits (Qubits): The fundamental unit in quantum computing, capable of representing multiple states simultaneously through superposition.

  • Entanglement: The phenomenon where qubits become correlated, enabling the creation of interconnected systems.

  • Quantum Gates: Quantum counterparts of classical logic gates, used to manipulate qubits.

2. Quantum Supremacy:

  • Definition: The point at which quantum computers outperform classical computers in specific tasks.

  • Google’s Milestone: Google’s Sycamore quantum processor achieved quantum supremacy by performing a computation exponentially faster than classical computers.

Applications of Quantum AI

  • Quantum Cryptography: Utilizing quantum properties for secure communication.
  • Drug Discovery: Speeding up molecular simulations for drug development.
  • Financial Modelling: Improving risk assessment and portfolio optimization.
  • Machine Learning: Enhancing AI models for faster and more efficient training.

Challenges and Limitations

  • Quantum Noise: Qubits are susceptible to environmental disturbances, necessitating error correction techniques.
  • Scalability: Building large-scale, fault-tolerant quantum computers is a daunting task.
  • Practicality: Quantum computers are still in their developmental stages, and widespread adoption is a challenge.Resources for Further Exploration

Resources for Further Exploration

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