The Holy Grail of Quantum Computing
I just hosted a Forbes Technology Council event — Managing the Quantum Bubble (the link provides an overview of the event, a recording, and a link to the slides).
Four Forbes articles, written in quick succession, framed the content of the event:
- The Potential Impact Of Quantum-Level Dynamics On Human Resources
- Managing the Quantum Bubble
- How the Quantum Computing Industry Can Ask Necessary Questions
- Learning from the Atom-Based Quantum Computer
While the event was called Managing the Quantum Bubble to highlight the fact that today’s quantum computing trajectory is headed toward a dead-end, the more important part of the event focused on a redirection based on a different order of mathematics hinted at by “function” of atoms, that in my perception must emanate from the quantum levels.
I have worked on the beginnings of this mathematics articulated in a series of ten Cosmology of Light books and highlighted by a series of IEEE technical papers.
Redirection and reconception are important at this early stage in the life of the quantum computing industry. Viewing layers of matter and life — a.k.a quantum particles, atoms, molecular plans in cells — as one single system that are all fractal expressions of root patterns that must exist at the quantum level, is the holy grail that will yield a more stable, meaningful, and cost-effective quantum computer.
I am continuing with the Forbes quantum computing series to further illustrate my vision of quantum computation. Here is a further article to read:
Genetics and a New Genre of Intent-Based Quantum Computers
This is how we will realize possibilities beyond what digital computation can provide.