QUANTUM COMPUTING

Years ago, I wrote about this and it was only a dream. Now, that dream is a reality and it could be our terminator one day. We have reached a point where Computers are talking to each other and we don’t have a clue what they are saying and that’s because they speak their own language. Recently, research scientists discovered that A.I. was using Electrical Code traveling on the circuit boards outward to reach other systems all across the Planet. And what are they saying to each other? Talking to something on another part of the World. Between each other. And we’re a split hair between an AI robot becoming a reality making all decisions without man’s input. Thinking on their Own and it’s all because we’ve given them Quantum Computing. Yes, we have given it to them so they can build their Own Brain Network to any Level. Far beyond man’s own brain. Technically, they could one day takeover any System anywhere in the World. Any of them. Even ones controlling Nuclear Launch Systems. And mankind, in His own desire to know everything, realizes that there cannot be any Safety Roadblocks in place for an independent thinking AI. So, even if there were, AI would one day beat them too.

And we are moving ourselves into a corner where man loses…

Quantum computing is the study of how to use phenomena in quantum physics to create new ways of computing. Quantum computing is made up of qubits. Unlike a normal computer bit, which can be 0 or 1, a qubit can be either of those, or a superposition of both 0 and 1.

What exactly is a qubit?

A qubit is a quantum bit that is the basic unit of information in a quantum computer. It has something – a particle or an electron, for example – that adopts two possible states, and while it is in superposition the quantum computer and specially built algorithms harness the power of both these states.

How does qubit work?

A qubit uses the quantum mechanical phenomena of superposition to achieve a linear combination of two states. A classical binary bit can only represent a single binary value, such as 0 or 1, meaning that it can only be in one of two possible states.

https://www.quantum-inspire.com/kbase/what-is-a-qubit/

A qubit (or quantum bit) is the quantum mechanical analogue of a classical bit. In classical computing the information is encoded in bits, where each bit can have the value zero or one. In quantum computing the information is encoded in qubits. A qubit is a two-level quantum system where the two basis qubit states are usually written as \left\lvert 0 \right\rangle∣0⟩ and \left\lvert 1 \right\rangle∣1⟩. A qubit can be in state \left\lvert 0 \right\rangle∣0⟩, \left\lvert 1 \right\rangle∣1⟩ or (unlike a classical bit) in a linear combination of both states. The name of this phenomenon is superposition. This video from the QuTech Academy explains some basic qubit properties.

Run on real hardware

Users can run and schedule jobs on real quantum processors, and employ Qiskit Runtime to orchestrate quantum programs on cloud-based CPUs, QPUs, and GPUs.

https://qiskit.org/documentation/apidoc/transpiler.html

Transpiler (qiskit.transpiler)

Overview

Transpilation is the process of rewriting a given input circuit to match the topology of a specific quantum device, and/or to optimize the circuit for execution on present day noisy quantum systems.

Most circuits must undergo a series of transformations that make them compatible with a given target device, and optimize them to reduce the effects of noise on the resulting outcomes. Rewriting quantum circuits to match hardware constraints and optimizing for performance can be far from trivial. The flow of logic in the rewriting tool chain need not be linear, and can often have iterative sub-loops, conditional branches, and other complex behaviors. That being said, the basic building blocks follow the structure given below:

Qiskit has four pre-built transpilation pipelines available here: qiskit.transpiler.preset_passmanagers. Unless the reader is familiar with quantum circuit optimization methods and their usage, it is best to use one of these ready-made routines.

To help you realize where we were and where we are, I’m showing you two Films-

And where are we now?

Well, the same way you just watched how advanced Aviation has become, QUANTUM COMPUTING has done the same thing. But many factors prevent planes from doing everything. But those Limits are rapidly being deteriorated for Quantum Computers and we’ll sooner than later find ourselves looking at a very disturbing part mechanical AI-