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Quantum Computing In 5 Minutes | Quantum Computing Explained | Quantum Computer | Simplilearn



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This video on Qunatum Computing gives you an overview of the underlying technology of Quantum Computing as well as it will help you understand how it is different from other classic computers and Supercomputers. A conventional digital computer manipulates bits to execute data processing operations; each bit might have a value of one or zero. This is a “classical” implementation of computing, according to a quantum physicist.
It will also take you through companies currently adopting and implementing Quantum Computing and will let you explore how it is used in different industries and firms and what future it holds for itself.

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  1. I am sorry but your description is not correct. Quantum computer is "NOT" the replacement of The Classic computer.

  2. the subject is great but as soon as we go for decision making it will harm us but the truth is truth (Uncertainty of outcomes) because of the subject till now based on probability and quantum physics

  3. Answer is b as supercomputer use the given algorithm and however the quantam physics is always uncertain due its numerous outcomes even between 2 normal things.

  4. B) Uncertainty of outcomes : Because supercomputer has some point same as normal computers….but not like Quantum Computers, Quantum Computer has both possibilities over outcome

  5. Option A- Atoms and molecules. Since QC are based on quantum physics which studies the behaviour of atoms and molecules. While uncertainty of outcome is not a feature of any computing devices. And Algorithms are used in super computers also

  6. I do not agree with the explanation given by Simplilearn because uncertainties are both for quantum computers as well as conventional computers. The wave function of wide range of values is collapsed to a certain value when measurement is made according to the laws of quantum physics. It is the superposition and the entanglement which makes the quantum computers different from traditional ones. Kindly consult with a renowned quantum physics scientist or teacher.
    Obviously there is wide range of possibilities so option b) is correct but it is simultaneous due to superposition and entanglement

  7. Uncertainty option (c)
    Quantum physics's basic is uncertainty.

    Well explained 🙏 thanks for the video. I am gonna explore more now.

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