Can someone actually explain what ibms 50-qubit quantum computer actually does?...

Joseph Reed
Joseph Reed

Can someone actually explain what ibms 50-qubit quantum computer actually does? Doesn’t this mean quantum theory is real?

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Easton Wilson
Easton Wilson

Its fuast as fuck but also difficult to use, also veeeeeeeeeryyyyy prone to the atmosphere of the place it is in (of course), so the moment we fix those 2 problems quantum computers will become based

Kevin Wilson
Kevin Wilson

It means that when you touch yourself at night IBM's 50-qubit quantum computer has already predicted that you would do so.

Liam Nelson
Liam Nelson

It's only faster for a specific set of problems, not general computing. Still will be revolutionary. Plus you need like 1000 qubits for something usable.
t. read some articles about it

Jack Johnson
Jack Johnson

You didn’t need a quantum computer to predict that

Andrew Thomas
Andrew Thomas

specific set of problems,
Such as?

Julian Roberts
Julian Roberts

It's hardware convenient for combinatorics.

Nicholas Robinson
Nicholas Robinson

Nothing useful to use it for really.

Nathan Garcia
Nathan Garcia

Cracking encryption, IBM is coming for your nudes! Not even sha4096 can save you now

Eli Long
Eli Long

docs.microsoft.com/en-us/quantum/language/?view=qsharp-preview

Aiden Young
Aiden Young

I rather think the point is that quantum computers just mean you double the size of the key so I think it can.

But I don't encrypt my porn.

Jose Barnes
Jose Barnes

is basically running gentoo

Michael Lee
Michael Lee

Doesn’t this mean quantum theory is real?
quatum theory is retarded idealistic shit with silly vocabulary to explain phenomena, but math is working.

Nolan Bailey
Nolan Bailey

You kind of have to get into idealistic shit when what you're discussing is supposed to make meaningful statements about the nature of reality.

Robert Ward
Robert Ward

No. Just no. There is no "quantum" anything, this isn't poorly understood near magic effects of some mythical theoretical particle. This is simply electrons being so small they can move through any material at the path of least resistance, because nothing can exert 100% perfect electrical control over them. It is current leakage. It is nothing but current leakage. It is current leakage in short channel devices, and it happens at literally every feature size, it is not exclusive to small FinFET devices like upcoming 5nm EUV FinFETs. Even planar devices have extremely high degrees of leakage through their channels, directly under the gates, electrons still leak out. Yet despite this the transistors still function.

Quantum tunneling is a meme regurgitated by people who know nothing about the field of FETs.

Jose Powell
Jose Powell

all semiconductors literally function on the principle that silicon's atomic structure is capable of wildly different levels of electrical resistance based on its molecular configuration. how do you explain how different silicon crystal structures have different resistances and energy bands without quantum phenomena?

p much all electronics function on quantum phenomena, the LED lighting in your house and workplace emits photons via quantum tunneling

just because you don't understand quantum phenomena doesn't mean that it isn't a critical part of how the technology of the modern world functions

Colton Thomas
Colton Thomas

That applies to any theory practically by definition.

Blake Cruz
Blake Cruz

quantum mechanics really pushes the cult of science's buttons because "SCIENCE" is all about experimentally verifiable phenomena and refuses to admit that things that are not immediately controllable phenomena are not "real"

the problem is that the universe literally breaks down on a small scale, once you get to quantum scale you can literally do the same experiment three times and get different results. it is more or less impossible to control for these phenomena. it is not the same logic that the macro-scale universe uses and there is some grand universal irony to the idea that the core rules of the universe break the rules so badly that most people refuse to believe thats how it works

Lucas Allen
Lucas Allen

It sounds like you’re only talking about quantum tunneling. There’s more to quantum theory that gives quantum computers their edge.

Luis Wood
Luis Wood

you can literally do the same experiment three times and get different results
Experiments always get different results, even in classical settings, assuming error. But those sequences of results have patterns. The patterns found in quantum phenomena are different from the patterns found in classical physics. Who cares? They’re still patterns and they carry information about the system. Learning a probability distribution for system state is still science, even if it feels weird.

most people refuse to believe thats how it works
Most people in the scientific community believe in the validity of many quantum experiments. AFAIK, most in the quantum mechanics field believe the results of recent successful Bell test experiments as well. What more convincing would you need? Quantum supremacy?

Cooper Scott
Cooper Scott

actually does?

It farms grants.

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Logan Price
Logan Price

Never thought I’d find quantum theory deniers

Adrian White
Adrian White

you are now aware that Klipsch is way too many consonants in a row

Daniel Phillips
Daniel Phillips

There is no "quantum" anything

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Brayden Martin
Brayden Martin

If you could explain how these computers work, you wouldn’t be posting on Jow Forums at 7 am on a workday.

All I know is you feed a traveling salesman problem to the quantum computer and it instantly solves it using quantums. More quantums is better I think.

Kevin Johnson
Kevin Johnson

getting baited by copypesto

Carson Thomas
Carson Thomas

It computes quantumly, using quantum phenomena to solve some problems in shorter amount of steps. Quantum algorithms scale much better for certain problems, such as integer factorization. The details for their 50 qubit processor are not public, but if it’s like the processors being used for their Q Experience, it’s likely using transmission line shunted plasma oscillation qubits.

Joshua Rogers
Joshua Rogers

There is no "quantum" anything,
but...

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Kayden Martinez
Kayden Martinez

pretending to be retarded is trolling

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Alexander Perry
Alexander Perry

nice pasta

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Sebastian Reed
Sebastian Reed

Doesn’t this mean quantum theory is real?
what is flash memory

Evan Sanders
Evan Sanders

I was merely pretending to be retarded

Noah Long
Noah Long

Crypto

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