Quantum Compute

With the strong evolution of the technological era and a ceaselessly advancing world, quantum computation comes in as a phenomenon that is changing overall concepts of the digital world, machines assist humans to solve partial of less complex things but only humans are responsible for more complicated problems. To prove this statement, Google has lately affirmed the highest level of quantum achievement when it can do what is unexpected. Quantum compute (QC) consists of quantum bits (the most modern one has up to 10-15 bits) which have been performing basic algorithms and protocols based on captured ions and superconducting circuits. Over the last two decades, the most impressive thing is that QC operates with a huge number of other computations throughout quantum bits, associating with similarity of devices at the same time and using many platforms and architectures.

Quantum compute (QC) is the most demanding and ambitious technology so far currently. Some applications are extended from 10 up to 20 years due to their extreme challenging, transforming unimaginable advancements into enabling programs. These unimaginable advancements here are mentioned in QC designs, fault-tolerant algorithms, and new fabrication technologies which companies do not only hesitate to consider one QC but also assemble and make profits from it. Europe (EU) is a place where the globally dominant examination is in QC so many institutions and organizations wish to cooperate towards its evolvement and R&D achievement through reliable advanced engineers such as LETI, VTT, Fraunhofer, and IMEC. Plus, the EU is a leading producer in quantum software which is combined with hardware to attain enhanced quantum algorithms for purpose of solving applied problems by both interactive hardware and software teams.
IBM’s leading company is an exemplified case that is successfully exploiting QC. The mixture of QC and AI helps enhance data pattern recognition by studying deeply and then understanding quantum mechanics. Furthermore, the IBM quantum R&D department has figured out that trapped qubits could reduce errors up to 50% of data classification compared to untrapped qubits. The final goal is to increase the further speed of AI by utilizing QC and/or Google authorizes demonstrating that AI can advance QC and vice versa.

The second company utilizing QC in its operation which will be mentioned here is Microsoft for energy saving with the worldwide fertilizer Haber project which is named by German chemist Fritz Haber. He has detected fertilizer Haber process of warming and forcing meteorological nitrogen into ammonia, accounting for 3% of global energy. Some bacteria, however, are unable to grow in this environment. No one can explain this case but thanks to QC, professionals can explain why and even can preserve energy.