Chinese quantum computer completes 2.5-billion-year task in minutes – New Atlas

An article written by Lee Sonogan

In world first, a quantum supercomputer took 200 seconds to complete a  calculation that a regular supercomputer takes 2.5 billion years to complete.  - Album on Imgur

Researchers in China claim to have achieved quantum supremacy, the point where a quantum computer completes a task that would be virtually impossible for a classical computer to perform. The device, named Jiuzhang, reportedly conducted a calculation in 200 seconds that would take a regular supercomputer a staggering 2.5 billion years to complete.

Patterns are energy which equals spirituality… Since learning about quantum physics, I have adapted philosophy from its wisdom. Traditionally we get stuck in the binary bits in life but the all-encompassing picture is full of nuances. The supercomputer has such the processing power that is scary to think about the correlations it has with AI. Sophisticated enough to gather data beyond comprehension, when applied to other technology you need to question moral and/or ethical implications.

Complex entanglement that is theoretically possible is exciting but it would become how we interpret it. The mere stabilisation errors/bugs in programing if linking superposition into intelligence but wisdom. Modern computer won’t be going away soon because these tools are incomplete to realistically be functioning with the infrastructure that supports it. For now there mostly tests of evidence in potential outcomes at the moment.

Then if you want to get into a conspiracy, as greater bits (Qubits) evolve into states, a sequence never stops. I read a while ago it is relevant in trying to prove multi-universe theory although that will be dissected in absolutes eventually. The New Atlas continues to explain the details it can identify and at the same time. Concluding this part of the shared content, I need more informative and unbiased sources like this!

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