02.11.2022 15:30

Quantum Computing: What It’s Today & What Will Be In Future?

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Quantum computing is a big thing to explore and learn about. It is a whole different genesis than the other linear computing technologies i.e. supercomputers or classical computers.

It can solve complex tasks that are severely difficult for classical computers to solve.

According to some media reports, it will take a classical computer so long that if anyone starts looking for the answer it will be long dead!


Based on Google’s research, Quantum computers can execute ponderous tasks in a minute while classical computers will take 100 decades or may even more for an answer.

But this doesn’t signify that quantum computing technology can be implemented anywhere, it does have its risks and constraints as this technology is only available to us in limited form.

What Is Quantum Computing?

Quantum computing is a study of one of the branches of science (i.e. physics) that uses the principles of quantum applications. The theory speaks about the relation and explains the behavior of energy and material on the atomic and subatomic levels.

Quantum computers are capable of performing a dense multitude of tasks within a matter of seconds because of qubits power that surrogates maximum output.

Current Uses and Benefits of Quantum Computing

Though the technology is still under process, its applications are spontaneous.

Quantum computers can greatly contribute to the fields of new-age technologies like Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science including defense-tier technologies like military affairs and intelligence, aerospace, and utilities (nuclear fusion) and other aspects such as digital manufacturing and polymer design.

In the context of defense, quantum computing could provide better efficiency in the secure sharing of information. Additionally, gently improve radars and the ability to detect projectiles and aircraft.

Scientists also said that quantum computing can also be utilized for the environment and keeping water clean with chemical sensors.

Here are some more potential benefits of quantum computing:

  • In healthcare, quantum computing could be used for drug-making advances. Besides, this tech could also be utilized for advanced DNA research.
  • As it processes thousands of inputs in seconds, it could handsomely design better data encryption for online security.
  • Its speed and accuracy could help engineers and technicians design better, more efficient, and safer aircraft and traffic planning systems.

Quantum Computing In Future: A Chaos or Boon!

It may have both elements – chaos as well as a boon.

But the thing is we didn’t know much about this unmatched technology. What we know about quantum computing is just a teaser of the big picture.

But in the next five to ten years, it may see it leap into the mainstream in the same way classical computers moved from labs to large corporations and businesses of all verticals and sizes.

So, let’s hope for good things to be done when quantum computers live by our next hand.

Quantum Computers In Development

  • IBM: IBM is on its milestone voyage to achieve 1000-qubit quantum computers by 2023. Its machine, with the codename “Condor”, is entitled to outstrip all the machines available on the market today, according to the verdict.
  • Google: The biggest revolution of today’s era, Google is also planning to invest in quantum computer development. Reportedly, spending billions of dollars to build its quantum computer by 2029.
  • Microsoft: Continuing its despicable invention for desk and cloud, Microsoft offers companies access to quantum technology via the Azure Quantum platform.

Final Thought

Well, quantum computing possesses the tact of physics, meaning ‘superposition’ and ‘entanglement’ are their nerves. These empower quantum computers to handle complex narrations at speed.

In the future, quantum computing will contribute creating quantum computing jobs, developments and problem-solving in many industries. Also, with great risks and limitations.

Many people are waiting to experience quantum computing. In time, we’ll see what it can really do for humans and space.

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