Baba Vanga Prediction for 2024: Strong Quantum Computers
A mystic from Bulgaria named Baba Vanga. When she was 12 years old, she went blind. She then began predicting things. She died on August 11, 1996, but had predictions that would have been accurate until the year 5079.
Baba Vanga, a blind prophet, predicted that the world would experience significant change in 2024 due to outstanding developments in the field of quantum computing.
On a number of industries, including finance, healthcare, and cybersecurity, the development of quantum computers is anticipated to have a significant impact. These computers will be able to analyze data and perform intricate calculations at previously unheard-of speeds.
In actuality, how has global quantum technology evolved, is evolving, and will it continue to do so?
According to E&T, the use of quantum computing has grown recently. According to experts, the technology could create up to £4 billion in economic opportunities worldwide by 2024 alone, and productivity gains could exceed £341 billion within a few decades.
The ‘American technology giant’ IBM declared that it will start producing ‘quantum-centric supercomputers’ in 2023. Customers from all over the world can currently access IBM’s more than 20 quantum computers via the cloud.
More than ever, the quantum era is “open”!
According to Newscientist, quantum computers are devices that employ the properties of quantum physics to store data and carry out computations. For some tasks, they can perform so much better than even the best supercomputers of the present, which can be very advantageous.
Traditional computers, such as laptops and smartphones, encode data using binary “bits” that can only be either 0 or 1. The qubit quantum serves as the fundamental unit of memory in quantum computers.
Physical systems, such as photon orientation or electron spin (a fundamental characteristic of rotation around the electron’s axis), are used to create qubits.
Quantum superposition, a characteristic of these systems, allows for their simultaneous arrangement in a wide variety of configurations.
Quantum computers’ computational power is exponentially increased by superposition. For instance, two qubits can exist in four states simultaneously (00, 01, 10, 11), while three qubits can exist in eight states. As a result, quantum computers can handle a wide range of scenarios. function simultaneously.
Quantum entanglement, a phenomenon, can also bind qubits closely together. The outcome is a set of qubits that can simultaneously represent numerous different things.
Even the fastest classical supercomputers cannot store and process this level of quantum information because each qubit can exist simultaneously in the states of 0, 1, or both. comparable.
The potential of quantum computers is incomparable to that of even today’s fastest classical computers, such as the Frontier supercomputer located in Tennessee, USA. These conventional machines use a binary code language that can only represent the dual states of 0 and 1. The quantum model gets around this restriction.
Here is an illustration to assist you in visualizing: A traditional computer can represent any number from 0 to 255 with just 8 bits. However, 8 qubits are sufficient for a quantum computer to simultaneously represent all digits from 0 to 255. More numbers could be represented by a few hundred entangled qubits than there are atoms in the universe.
The ‘technology giants’ of the world continue to be drawn to quantum computing, a science that makes use of the peculiarities of quantum physics. IBM is one illustration. The largest quantum computer in the world has been built by American multinational technology company IBM, marking a significant advancement in the field.
The 433-qubit Osprey quantum computer, which had 3.4 times as many qubits as the 127-qubit Eagle quantum computer, was unveiled by IBM in November 2022. ‘Millions of times faster’ is how Osprey is described.
“With the introduction of the new 433-qubit ‘Osprey’ processor, we move one step closer to the time when quantum computers will be used to solve problems that were previously intractable. This research will serve as the cornerstone for the upcoming quantum-centric supercomputing era.
According to experts, this accomplishment may be a turning point in the evolution of this new quantum technology.
The 1,121-qubit Condor processor and the 1,386-qubit Flamingo processor will be developed in 2023 and 2024, respectively, as part of IBM’s quantum roadmap before it plans to reach the 4,000-qubit phase with the Kookaburra processor in 2025, according to Techcrunch.
IBM announced in June 2023 that a quantum computing data center would be set up in Europe in 2024. IBM’s first quantum data center in Europe, which is situated in Ehningen, Germany, aims to make “advanced quantum computing” more accessible while adhering to EU data privacy laws.
Due to its peculiar properties, quantum computing is perfect for resolving challenging problems that challenge traditional computers:
One notable area where quantum computing could have a big impact is cryptography. Quantum computers can quickly analyze large numbers, which poses a “threat” to existing encryption systems but also creates opportunities for the development of safe quantum encryption techniques.
Quantum computing could speed up drug development in the medical field by enabling the modeling of intricate molecular structures. Quantum simulations can shed light on novel substances and procedures that would otherwise require years of experimentation.
Materials science, high-energy physics, energy conversion, and financial applications are other potential uses for quantum computing.
Despite the fact that quantum computing is still in its infancy, the technology industry’s rapid pace of innovation portends a bright future.
Many startups and “tech giants” like IBM, Google, and Microsoft are making significant advances in the field of quantum computing.
We can anticipate that quantum computers will continue to develop in strength and dependability in the upcoming years. We may be closer to quantum supremacy than we realize, the point at which quantum computers outperform classical computers in terms of computational power.
The exciting field of quantum computing holds the potential to fundamentally alter how we approach difficult problems. We are getting closer to realizing the full potential of this revolutionary technology as research and development proceed.
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