AI News Saturday, February 10
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- Job One for Quantum Computers: Boost Artificial Intelligence
- The fusion of quantum computing and machine learning has become a booming research area. Can it possibly live up to its high expectations?
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- On Wednesday, January 25, 2017, Baidu chief scientist, Coursera co-founder, and Stanford adjunct professor Andrew Ng spoke at the Stanford MSx Future Forum. …
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- Three steps to happiness in the digital age
- Emotional intelligence is key in the digital age.
- emotional intelligence, positive emotions, academic institutions, Daniel Goleman, negative emotions
- This AI can see what you’re thinking – and draw a picture of it
- Scientists have developed an algorithm that can read your brainwaves and produce an image based on what you’re thinking about.
- writer Anjana Ahuja, human brain functions, artificially intelligent algorithms, brain activity, measure brain activity
- Preparing for ML interviews
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- “There is a natural combination between the intrinsic statistical nature of quantum computing … and machine learning,” said Johannes Otterbach, a physicist at Rigetti Computing, a quantum-computer company in Berkeley, California.If anything, the pendulum has now swung to the other extreme.
- “Manipulation of large matrices and large vectors are exponentially faster on a quantum computer,” said Seth Lloyd, a physicist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a quantum-computing pioneer.For this task, quantum computers are able to take advantage of the exponential nature of a quantum system.
- The vast bulk of a quantum system’s information storage capacity resides not in its individual data units—its qubits, the quantum counterpart of classical computer bits—but in the collective properties of those qubits.
- When you act on a state of four qubits, you are processing 16 numbers at a stroke, whereas a classical computer would have to go through those numbers one by one.Lloyd estimates that 60 qubits would be enough to encode an amount of data equivalent to that produced by humanity…
- “You might have a quantum advantage before you have a fully universal, fault-tolerant quantum computer,” said Kristan Temme of IBM’s Thomas J. Watson Research Center.Let Nature Solve the ProblemSo far, though, machine learning based on quantum matrix algebra has been demonstrated only on machines with just four qubits.
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