The world's first 'bridge' for quantum computers is created: System could lead to a breakthrough in AI by Sandia Labs Carlsbad, California
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3843782/The-world-s-bridge-quantum-computers-created-lead-breakthrough-AI.html#ixzz4NP99vlA8
People have already built small quantum computers,' said Ryan Camacho, researcher at Sandia National Laboratories in Carlsbad, California, and leader of the research.
Some comments too!
I don't really see how AI is going to help the average Joe. I can see it making us all redundant.
Will all this technology actually improve people's lives? In the last 20 years lives have got more unhealthy and unsociable. Depression is widespread. It's no wonder when one forgets nature and our origins.
We're screwed. This technology will no doubt be used first and foremost by the US government as a weapon, against all of humanity. Dark times ahead.
Yes, but will this speed-up my social media? That's the improtant thing. Also, online dating apps.
I used a computer and the internet 20 years ago too. I still went out and wasn't sat on a phone looking at Facebook and envying other people's lives. Back then there was a balance. Kids still played out and there was no social media or gm foods. Not all advancement is good.
You don't need Artificial intelligence to determine the future. All you have to do is take a good look at the insanity of humanity to see that we have no future.
No, Sandia also have labs in California
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