IBM quantum computing is remarkably different from the computing technologies we have been using so far. This has the ability to not only read 0 and 1 but also what lies in between the two numbers and combination of both.
After the Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau remarkably explained the concept of Quantum Computing, IBM also decided to invest in quantum computing along with a few short but helpful video tutorials posted online for anyone to find out.
Quantum computing has the potential to use both energy and matter assisting in its speed calculations, about which we previously considered it to be a myth.
This computing uses “qubit” or quantum bit that has the ability to contain far more information than 0’s and 1’s are able to. Learn about programming here.
IBM’s latest creation is comprised of 5 qubits, is not meant for personal usage. But this will enable students, various hobbyists, as well as researchers to try out the algorithm of quantum computing, it is remarkably different from various word processing software and speech recognition features we are currently using.
According to Jerry M. Chow, the manager of Experimental Quantum Computing at IBM,
“It’s meant to be educational, but also to be the beginnings of a larger framework.”
The researchers at IBM exhibited the upcoming quantum computers under construction, will soon have the ability to carry out uncountable numbers of qubits accompanied by algorithms, far more superior than that of the recent computer languages.
Eventually, these quantum computers will be able to execute an unimaginable number of algorithms within the blink of an eye.
Soon, online tutorials will be available showing how programming in a quantum computer will be different from programming in an ordinary digital computer.
IBM is not technically the first makers of quantum computing, as Google engineers have already designed their Quantum Computing Playground in 2014, enabling users to manipulate between 6 and 22 qubits.