Future quantum computers with machine learning could attack larger sets of data than classical computers
July 31, 2013
Seth Lloyd of MIT and his collaborators have developed a quantum version of machine learning — a type of AI in which programs can learn from previous experience to become progressively better at finding patterns in data. It would take advantage of quantum computations to speed up machine-learning tasks exponentially, Nature News reports.
Data can be split into groups — a task that is at the core… read more