🔥 https://youtu.be/VFuElWbRuHM Quantum AI is the use of quantum computing for computation of machine learning algorithms. Thanks to computational advantages of quantum computing, quantum AI can help achieve results that are not possible to achieve with classical computers. Quantum data: Quantum data can be considered as data packets contained in qubits for computerization. However, observing and storing quantum data is challenging because of the features that make it valuable which are superposition and entanglement. In addition, quantum data is noisy, it is necessary to apply a machine learning in the stage of analyzing and interpreting these data correctly. Quantum algorithms: An algorithm is a sequence of steps that leads to the solution of a problem. In order to execute these steps on a device, one must use specific instruction sets that the device is designed to do so. Quantum computing introduces different instruction sets that are based on a completely different idea of execution when compared with classical computing. The aim of quantum algorithms is to use quantum effects like superposition and entanglement to get the solution faster. Why is it important? Although AI has made rapid progress over the past decade, it has not yet overcome technological limitations. With the unique features of quantum computing, obstacles to achieve AGI (Artificial General Intelligence) can be eliminated. Time Stamps🎯 0:00 – Story 2:10 – Ai Pattern Prediction and Applications 3:35 – GPT3 8:20 – The Truth About Ai 11:30 – Ai Social impacts 12:32 – AGI 17:10 – Conscious Ai 21:00 [More]
If the advent of sex robots isn’t strange enough, there will soon be lesbian sex robots. RealDoll, the company making the machines, is aiming to enter the LGBTQ market with its latest creations. We are indeed living through strange times. We’re slowly getting more videos from the Australian concentration camps, and the situation continues to get worse. It’s no longer just a conspiracy theory; Australians are not allowed to leave their lodgings and are being threatened with $5,000 fines for going out to do laundry without a mask. Can Australia still be saved? Or is it crossing the point of no return? The Chicago public school system is requiring all schools to adopt new signage to make their bathrooms more inclusive. Yet another example of the LGBTQ agenda being pushed on children. We’re joined in-studio by Nick Fuentes, political commentator and host of “America First,” and Eric July, BlazeTV contributor and host of “For Canon Sake.” Nick Fuentes: Host – America First @ https://cozy.tv/nick Website – nicholasjfuentes.com Eric July: Twitter – @EricDJuly YouTube – @YoungRippa59 BlazeTV Contributor Enemies Within The Church: Elijah and Sydney think EVERY Christian and Patriot needs to see this film and then share it with everyone that you know. I encourage you to go buy the DVD or purchase the PPV streaming at https://www.enemieswithinthechurch.com. Subscribe to You Are Here YouTube: https://bit.ly/2XNLhQw • Watch MORE You Are Here on BlazeTV: https://bit.ly/38WB2vw • Check out Elijah Schaffer’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/3C0yWH8 • Check out Sydney Watson’s YouTube channel: https://bit.ly/2YIedK5 [More]
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Eric Ladizinsky visited the Quantum AI Lab at Google LA to give a talk “Evolving Scalable Quantum Computers.” This talk took place on March 5, 2014. Abstract: EVOLVING QUANTUM COMPUTERS: “The nineteenth century was known as the machine age, the twentieth century will go down in history as the information age. I believe the twenty-first century will be the quantum age”. Paul Davies Quantum computation represents a fundamental paradigm shift in information processing. By harnessing strange, counterintuitive quantum phenomenon, quantum computers promise computational capabilities far exceeding any conceivable classical computing systems for certain applications. These applications may include the core hard problems in machine learning and artificial intelligence, complex optimization, and simulation of molecular dynamics .. the solutions of which could provide huge benefits to humanity. Realizing this potential requires a concerted scientific and technological effort combining multiple disciplines and institutions … and rapidly evolving quantum processor designs and algorithms as learning evolves. D-Wave Systems has built such a mini-Manhattan project like effort and in just a under a decade, created the first, special purpose, quantum computers in a scalable architecture that can begin to address real world problems. D-Wave’s first generation quantum processors (now being explored in conjunction with Google/NASA as well as Lockheed and USC) are showing encouraging signs of being at a “tipping point” .. matching state of the art solvers for some benchmark problems (and sometimes exceeding them) … portending the exciting possibility that in a few years D-Wave processors could exceed the capabilities of any [More]
Alphabet, Inc. Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt discusses the future of AI in the context of national security.
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If you’re interested in licensing this or any other Big Think clip for commercial or private use, contact our licensing partner Executive Interviews: https://www.executiveinterviews.biz/rightsholders/bigthink/ If you’re interested in licensing this or any other Big Think clip for commercial or private use, contact our licensing partner Executive Interviews: https://www.executiveinterviews.biz/contact-us/americas/ Those among us who fear world domination at the metallic hands of super-intelligent AI have gotten a few steps ahead of themselves. We might actually be outsmarted first by fairly dumb AI, says Eric Weinstein. Humans rarely create products with a reproductive system—you never have to worry about waking up one morning to see that your car has spawned a new car on the driveway (and if it did: cha-ching!), but artificial intelligence has the capability to respond to selective pressures, to self-replicate and spawn daughter programs that we may not easily be able to terminate. Furthermore, there are examples in nature of organisms without brains parasitizing more complex and intelligent organisms, like the mirror orchid. Rather than spend its energy producing costly nectar as a lure, it merely fools the bee into mating with its lower petal through pattern imitation: this orchid hijacks the bee’s brain to meet its own agenda. Weinstein believes all the elements necessary for AI programs to parasitize humans and have us serve its needs already exists, and although it may be a “crazy-sounding future problem which no humans have ever encountered,” Weinstein thinks it would be wise to devote energy to these possibilities that are not [More]