IBM releases Qiskit – quantum computer modules for training neural networks

IBM has released Qiskit, a suite of modules for quantum computers, part of a suite of open source “quantum” software and hardware for faster, more accurate machine learning. According to the company, the release of new products for quantum computers will attract more amateurs and specialists to work with new technologies.

“Quantum computing offers tremendous opportunities for machine learning. Many books and tutorials are beginning to appear on this topic, “the developers declare,” Quantum machine learning (QML) provides new perspectives in modeling [neural networks – approx. per.], allowing you to work with multidimensional capabilities and improve the accuracy of models. ”

The fact that quantum computing’s development actively underway brings us closer to a completely new technology stage. If we discard the benefits of science, then for us, mere mortals, ultra-fast computing will make tourist flights into space, cloud gaming without limits, ultra-fast Internet, and other joys of life a reality.

Author: John Kessler
Graduated From the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Previously, worked in various little-known media. Currently is an expert, editor and developer of Free News.
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