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DateDate: 2-05-2019, 06:44
When researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, include the quantum computer they created, he, this computer, becomes able to see the future, more precisely, 16 possible scenarios, reports dailytechinfo.
 
This computer takes advantage of the strange laws of quantum mechanics, which determine the behavior of the smallest particles and allow you to perform computational operations with the highest efficiency.
Of course, a quantum computer created by scientists from Singapore cannot calculate and predict all aspects relevant to our life, as Dr. Strange, the character of one of the science fiction films, could do. Predictions of a quantum computer are quite simple; they can be compared with tossing a coin four times in a row, which gives 16 scenarios. Each of the options for the future is encoded as a photon in a state of superposition, which moves along several complex paths and passes through a series of sensors.
A little later, the researchers took another step - they launched two parallel photons in parallel and tracked how the scenario changes with slightly different conditions. In this case, the quantum system could be compared with the coin enclosed inside the box. Each time you shake this box, the coin has a chance to roll over to the other side, and the more the box is shaken, the higher this chance becomes.
In contrast to the usual coin flip, in which the chances of getting heads and tails are approximately the same, the position of the coin in the box strongly depends on its initial position. The researchers, with the help of their quantum computer and two photons, modeled two experiments with coins in a box. At the same time, one box was shaken harder than the other, and both boxes were shaken four times, which gave 16 scenarios. As a result of all this, each of the two photons, more precisely, in the quantum state of each photon, contained information on all 16 variants of the future.
 
And at the final stage of the experiment, both photons were combined into one photon, the parameters of which gave scientists a value that determines the difference in the course of events depending on the shaking force of the box.