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Quantum AI and Quantum Brain: The Imitation Game of the Future

Summary: Quantum AI and quantum computing are transformational technologies enabling a revolutionary future.

Original author and publication date: Apoorva Komarraju – March 24, 2021

Futurizonte Editor’s Note: We are moving beyond biology to a realm we are just beginning to understand.

From the article:

Quantum AI refers to the use of quantum computing for the computation of machine learning algorithms. With the computational advantages of quantum computing, quantum AI can now achieve results that were not possible with classical computers.

Alan Turing published a paper on Computing Machinery and Intelligence in 1950, and since then computers have come a long way. In the current modern age, computer limitations are gradually fading away, and machine learning has the ability to learn from its experiences. Traditionally, this type of intelligence was only achievable by using multiple computers and complicated machine learning algorithms. However, Nature Nanotechnology journal had a paper published recently where scientists proposed a new method – designing a computer with embedded intelligence and using the atom’s quantum spins to revolutionize computing as we know.

Next-Gen Computing
To understand this concept, let cover the basics of neuromorphic computing. In layman’s language, neuromorphic computing attempts to imitate the way a human brain works. From a technical perspective, neuromorphic computing is concerned with computer engineering where the elements of a computer, both hardware, and software, are wired according to the human nervous system and cerebral system.

Engineers study several disciplines like computer science, biology, mathematics, electronic engineering, and physics to create accurate neural structures. Neuromorphic computing aims to create devices that can learn, retain information, and make logical deductions the way a human brain does, a cognition machine. Alongside, it also attempts to prove how the human brain works by scavenging new information.

As a step forward in artificial intelligence technology, neuromorphic computing allows robots embedded with small computing hardware to make their own decisions in the future.

The Quantum brain is a prime example of neuromorphic computing, the future of computing.

Our human brains use signals sent by our neurons to make all kinds of computations. Similarly, the quantum brain uses cobalt atoms on a superconducting black phosphorus surface to imitate the process of human brain signals.

Cobalt atoms have quantum properties like unique spin states which carry information to stimulate ‘neuron firing’ with applied voltages. This helped the atoms to achieve a self-adaptive behavior based on the external stimuli.

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