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Design Of The Future

Someone recently asked me what I thought computers would be like 50 to 100 years in the future. That seemingly simple question was surprisingly difficult for me to answer. Today’s computers operate using semiconductors, metals and electricity.

If physicists manage to harness the potential of quantum computers — something they are struggling to do — Moore’s law will certainly hold far into the future, they say. Although I think that it will be impossible for an electronic device to ever perfectly mimic the human brain, I think that computers will eventually adopt some of the brain’s characteristics. As strange as it sounds, the human brain actually does quite a bit of task offloading.

The intention was to build a higher number of CPUs for added performance. Banks and top cybersecurity companies are organizations that could benefit from quantum computing. The reason for this is because quantum uncertainty could be used to create unhackable private keys. Through this, people would be able to encrypt and decrypt messages from one location to another without the risk of being hacked. This kind of unbreakable encryption is something that will change our world forever.

With today’s technology for data transfer, messages can be intercepted by hackers. Quantum technology offers a different type of transaction that can not be intercepted. Dario Gil, director of IBM Research, recently said that 2023 would be a watershed moment in that the errors of quantum computers will continue to decrease exponentially with software, not just hardware. Many futurists believe we may create machines beyond human intelligence and capabilities.

“What I really love about what is happening right now is you can , sit in front of any laptop all over the world, you can write a program now, and it takes those zeros and ones coming in from your computer. In our case we use superconducting technology, converting them to microwave pulses, about five gigahertz, travels down the cryostat with superconducting coaxial cables, these operates at 50 millikelvin. Then we’re able to perform the superposition and entanglement and interference operations in a controlled fashion on the qubits, able to get the microwave signal readout, convert it back to zeros and ones, and present an answer back. Very famous example of a thing that blows up exponentially in the number of variables is simulating nature itself. That was the original idea of Richard Feynman when he advocated the fact that we needed to build a quantum computer or a machine that behaved like nature to be able to model nature.

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