These folks are doing some great work on Quantum causality studies. The image on this page is a great illustration.

These folks are doing some great work on Quantum causality studies. The image on this page is a great illustration.

http://www.quantumfoundations.org/quantum-physics-on-indefinite-causal-structures.html

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I expect they’ll be most useful in modeling analog ‘stuff’ but maybe a combination of classical and quantum computing together can result in some definite speed boosts for certain tasks. I wouldn’t use quibits for most math or basic logic; we have circuits for that already; but in the areas that current systems struggle with that allows for “wiggle room” (like modeling continuous surfaces and in systems that require lots of “gaussing” (pun intended) they’ll be very useful.

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“Where’s the boundary of that object? I don’t know. Take a Gauss”….. ok, I must be overtired to make such bad puns

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The precision in Schoredinger’s quote is beautiful. I love that level of specificity. It’s poetry.

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