Quantum Computing Lab

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frankinstien

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Quantum Computing Lab
« on: April 11, 2022, 07:47:34 am »
Supposedly you can gain access to a real quantum computer at IBM.  I signed up for it and built my first circuit which entangles two qubits. The site gives you access to QM simulators as well.



You might want to check out their site here. Oh, and it's free.  :D

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MagnusWootton

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Re: Quantum Computing Lab
« Reply #1 on: April 11, 2022, 10:56:19 am »
you need more than 2 entangled qbits,    you need about 200 to solve chess.

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Re: Quantum Computing Lab
« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2022, 04:10:41 pm »
you need more than 2 entangled qbits,    you need about 200 to solve chess.

Are you after the perfect chess game?

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MagnusWootton

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Re: Quantum Computing Lab
« Reply #3 on: April 11, 2022, 06:15:04 pm »
yes Its one of my a.i. dreams.    seriously,  Ive thought about it a heap and a little thing I can say that I think I know is that fox'n'hounds (if u know that little game they teach young chess players with.) because there's less pieces on the board gets perfected without quantum (but its still quite computational), but the extra pieces that chess have cause a state increase that makes proper chess intractable.  (fox'n'hounds is 5 pieces, chess is 32. so its a bit of an increase on that semantic, then the world's put in waiting to see it for real.)