Is this possible for quntum computer to see the future.I have read that it can give the answer before u asked the question.
Surely this would be quite a disturbing possibility should it be feasible. Where exactly have you got the idea of quantum computers being able to see into the future?Is this possible for quntum computer to see the future.I have read that it can give the answer before u asked the question.
I'm going to disgree there Papabravo, I spend most days at work travelling backwards!No it is not possible, just as it is not possible to travel backward in time.
How can you question Asimov's Thiotimoline, he demonstrated its workings in his paper titled: "The Endochronic Properties of Resublimated Thiotimoline". Who could question that the carbon in the Thiotimoline molecule has one atom projecting into the future and one into the past!Hi,
This is similar to Asimov's thiotimoline, that dissolves one minute before water is added to it.
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Actually, the model of the logic in a quantum computer being in all possible states at once makes it conceptually hard to decide if any one transistor is open, shorted, or working. I'd hate to write a compiler for one:
But then that would mean it is predicting all possible future permutations, and for it to be a true prediction of the future we would still need to interpret the result (i.e. the whole idea of converting data into information) - since that would mean we need to see into the future then the validity of the data from the quantum computer is irrelevant.This is actually why some people say that quantum computer can predict the future. In this case not really the future, but the result of a calculation even before the calculation's result is obtained. If all the possible states can exist at once, then it follows that all the possible results are exist.
It's a far reaching field, which needs considerable might to understand and even more to apply in any useful scenario.
Based on the progress in this field, there is no doubt that at some level this will happen. However, the question posed by the OP regarding seeing into the future is somewhat in the realms of science-fiction.Making logic gate from binary state of electron spin up an spin down may be far away from our time. However, some day in the future, this will be real.
Not a problem. We can use politicians to interpret the data. They are almost always predicting the furture. After the fact they almost always predict they were right.But then that would mean it is predicting all possible future permutations, and for it to be a true prediction of the future we would still need to interpret the result (i.e. the whole idea of converting data into information) - since that would mean we need to see into the future then the validity of the data from the quantum computer is irrelevant.
Like it!!Not a problem. We can use politicians to interpret the data. They are almost always predicting the furture. After the fact they almost always predict they were right.
Sort of a "fuzzy quantum."
I always thought the question was: "What is the meaning of life?"Yes. The quantum computer will provide you with the prescient answer of "42" -- but then you will have to build a much more powerful computer to figure out the question.
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