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DateDate: 20-09-2019, 06:51

Japanese scientists introduced the first probabilistic computer.
Engineers from Tohoku University of Japan and Purdue University of America introduced the first device that works on a probabilistic computer circuit. About it writes Science Daily.
Modern computers usually store information in a sequence of zeros and ones. It is believed that in the coming years a computer of the future may appear that will use quantum bits - qubits. They can simultaneously be both zeros and ones: this approach can increase the power of computers many times.
 
A probabilistic computer is considered the gap between classical and quantum. The device works with probability bits - "p-bits", which can be either zero or one, at any time.
At the same time, pi-bits work at ordinary room temperature, like any classical electronics.
The first device of a probabilistic computer was the version of magnetoresistive random access memory (MRAM), which is used in some types of computers to store information. It was connected to a transistor to create a three-terminal device, the fluctuations of which can be controlled.