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Into the Quantum Realm: The Future of Computing

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Think of each path in the maze representing a “qubit.” This is the essence of quantum computing’s power: the capability to solve complex problems by exploring all potential solutions at the same time, something classical computers cannot achieve. Quantum computers, through harnessing the bizarre laws of the quantum world, have the potential to revolutionize various fields. Quantum computers could even be used to create personalized medicines tailored to your unique genetic code, with drugs designed for pinpoint accuracy. Beyond the physical realm, quantum computers could also transform the worlds of finance and artificial intelligence. Their ability to analyze vast amounts of data in intricate ways could pave the way for sophisticated financial models and advancements in machine learning, mimicking the learning process of the human brain. However, quantum computers also face challenges related to noise control, error correction, and scalability. This quantum power comes with a price: fragility. Dr. Michio Kaku is a professor of physics at the City University of New York in the USA. “Mother Nature does quantum calculations at room temperature. The way in which a flower can capture a photon of light, combine it with carbon dioxide to make sugar, that’s a quantum process. And we cannot duplicate that without bringing everything down to near absolute zero. In other words, the ultimate quantum computer is Mother Nature. Mother Nature is still ahead of us.”

Our beloved Supreme Master Ching Hai (vegan) has enlightened us about the consequences when heavily relying on advanced technology development and has imparted wisdom regarding its use. “There’s at least one planet – another planet, not this planet – they developed super intelligent AI, and later on they regretted it. Our planet could face this kind of dilemma if we’re not careful enough. If it (ethics) goes together with the development, then it’s easier to control, but if people just develop like AI (Artificial Intelligence) without any source of morals and limit control of the actions, of the consequences, then it could be not very safe. (Yes.) So, wisdom has to go with love also and morals, otherwise it could be dangerous.”
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