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Where are Quantum computers used?

Asked by F. Lopez, Last updated: Mar 14, 2020

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S.Sophie

S.Sophie

Answered Feb 10, 2020

Quantum computers are primarily stored in science labs and used for research. The machine is designed to generate and manipulate the essential elements in a quantum computer, and these are qubits that hold information. Quantum computers don't just require various programming languages, but they also demonstrate a unique way of thinking about what programming is.

In 2016, IBM linked a small quantum computer to the cloud. IBM, Microsoft, and Google are in the midst of creating their own quantum computers. IBM is partnering with commercial clients to provide them with access to this technology. These companies are also putting their quantum computers online.

 

E.Evelyn

E.Evelyn

Answered Feb 07, 2020

Quantum computers are computation devices. They use unique quantum phenomena, like entanglements and superpositions. They do this to perform data operations. Quantum computers have a number of great uses. One is artificial intelligence, often abbreviated as AI. It is the principle of allowing the computer to show intelligence.

This is done from learning from experience to become as accurate as possible. Another use of quantum computers is for molecular modeling. It helps find configurations for chemical reactions. Some chemical reactions are so complex that they are impossible for humans to analyze them. Instead, they can only be analyzed by digital computers.

 

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