Quantum Computers: Ions Travel at 100 MPH in Ion Traps

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dogman_1234

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I hypothesize that as humans, we can use this technology to simulate neurons of the brain. Implementations could be:

Non-transistorized computation
Artificial Intelligence
Brain Regeneration
Brain remapping for Alzheimer/Parkinson's and/or Brian disorders and trauma
Supercell regeneration
Dynamic electric mapping
Quantum Electrical Engineering

The list could go on...
 

sherlockwing

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[citation][nom]dogman_1234[/nom]I hypothesize that as humans, we can use this technology to simulate neurons of the brain. Implementations could be:Non-transistorized computationArtificial IntelligenceBrain RegenerationBrain remapping for Alzheimer/Parkinson's and/or Brian disorders and traumaSupercell regenerationDynamic electric mappingQuantum Electrical EngineeringThe list could go on...[/citation]

It ends with 1 word:
SkyNet
 

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Am I the only one who wants to see a picture of one of these things. I have heard so much about them, but there seems to be so few pictures, and I have no idea if any of those pictures are legitimate.
 

ashinms

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Why is an AMD chip in a link under a story about quantum computers? Shouldn't it be more along the lines of cavemen with twigs counting rocks?
 

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[citation][nom]master_chen[/nom]Maybe I'm mistaken, but I think that I've already read an article like this on Tom's, waaaay back in march-april?[/citation]
I think the article you are referring to is actually about quantum entanglement, which is, in my opinion way cooler than this.
 

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This has use for bus interconnect. Like take for example the "marble" is carrying a message or piece of data and is transferred from the cpu to the bus. But in actual computation usage I can't think of anything.
 
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Electrons at near the speed of light...

Ions at 100MPH....

Electrons.

I fail to see the excitement in this article. Unless we want to go back to the computing speed of the Univac that is.
 
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