A joint team of researchers from Griffith University in Australia and Nanyang Technological University in Singapore reportedly developed a new quantum computer that can generate all possible futures.
However, don’t get your hopes up about winning the lottery or acing your school exams anytime soon. The machine is not advanced enough yet to predict game winners or the outcome of lottery draws.
By working on subatomic scales, the computer system can simulate around 16 timelines for packets of light or photons that occupy different locations.
In their paper, the team described how their new quantum device could help artificially intelligent machines learn much faster in the future. Furthermore, it could also boost the viability of quantum computers as practical tools in the real world.To read more, click here.