Questions tagged [quantum-computing]

For questions about how quantum computing can advance the development of AI. Note that general questions about quantum computing are off-topic.

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To what extent can quantum computers help to develop Artificial Intelligence?

What aspects of quantum computers, if any, can help to further develop Artificial Intelligence?
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Will quantum computing have any kind of effect on the development of AI? [duplicate]

Recently, according to some reports Google achieved something called 'Quantum Supremacy'. Whether its true or not remains to be seen. But my question is does Quantum Computers or the principle they ...
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Does a quantum computer resolve the halting problem and would that advance strong AI? [duplicate]

Have there been proposed extensions to go beyond a Turing machine that solve the halting problem and if so, would those proposed extensions have value to advance strong Artificial Intelligence? For ...
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Can there be applications of byzantine neural networks on quantum computers?

This question came after I connected 2 pieces of information : I recently listened to The Byzantine Generals’ Problem, Poisoning, and Distributed Machine Learning with El Mahdi El Mhamdi (Beneficial ...
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How would a quantum computer potentially facilitate artificial consciousness, assuming it is possible?

How would a quantum computer potentially facilitate artificial consciousness, assuming it is possible?
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Programming an inference AI that computes the best outcomes like a quantum computer

I bought an Intel Movidius Neural Compute stick a few weeks ago. Even though I can use it with the examples, I want to actually use it for something! The documentation is messy, and hard to work ...
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Are there any agents that are based on quantum computing?

Assuming the definition of an agent to be: An entity that perceives its environment, processes the perceived information, and acts on the environment such that some goal is fulfilled. Are there any ...
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Can analog quantum computer implement real-valued neural networks and hence do hypercomputation?

It is said, that the essence of https://www.springer.com/us/book/9780817639495 "Neural Networks and Analog Computation. Beyond the Turing Limit" is that the continuous/physical/real-valued weights for ...
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What are the challenges for recognising the handwritten characters?

This 2014 article saying that a Chinese team of physicists have trained a quantum computer to recognise handwritten characters. Why did they have to use a quantum computer to do that? Is it just for ...
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Are there any novel quantum machine learning algorithms that are fundamentally different from “classical” ones?

Generally, if one googles "quantum machine learning" or anything similar the general gist of the results is that quantum computing will greatly speed up the learning process of our "classical" machine ...
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What is the difference between machine learning and quantum machine learning?

What is the difference between machine learning and quantum machine learning?
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Are cognitive maps something which is new?

In a paper [1], a robot control system was introduced which is able to navigate through obstacles. It is working by reasoning about the input sensor and then a decision is made, according to the rules ...
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Why do we need quantum computers? [duplicate]

According to the press information from Dwave, quantum annealing is up and running and offers a lot of opportunities for society. “Basically, a quantum computer is a non-deterministic turing machine ...