The Future of Quantum Computing


Quantum computers may be the computer of the future. Quantum computers could become available to the mainstream public as soon as the mid-2030s. That would enable us to perform activities that are considered impossible today. 

Computers play a vital role in our life. Today in any field, whether it is the field of education or a space science show, computers are being used everywhere. Since the computer was made, its size has become smaller and, the capacity has increased, you must have seen that the chip of your mobile which used to be 1 GB in the year 2010, the same chip in the same size, today you will get one terabyte. So you can get an idea from this how fast technology is progressing.

IMPACT OF Quantum Computer:

Here are quantum computer use cases that could impact our lives. 

  • Faster and More effective Artificial intelligence. Quantum computers will transform the field of artificial intelligence since they’re able to process the vast amount of data at unparalleled speeds and simulate neural networks of enormous sizes.
  • Certain types of problems, especially the ones that involve optimization, quantum computers can calculate all solutions to those problems simultaneously instead of calculating each solution sequential like classical computers world. Each of the solutions a quantum computer obtains could have a score associated with it. With all of this information upfront, quantum computers can choose among all possible solutions and find the best answer significantly faster than a classical computer could. This could revolutionize machine learning and help us solve complex problems that were previously thought impossible. 
  •  Quantum computing and AI will continually reinforce each other and accelerate developments in both of those areas.
  • Batteries for electric cars, Quantum computing, could provide improvements in the areas of the cellular simulation and aging of battery cells.

The scientists prepared a new ultra-thin material. This new material will be used to create complex quantum states.

 The New Ultra-Thin Material and its Application

Using the new ultra-thin material prepared by scientists, complex / elusive quantum states can be created.

These quantum states, made from new ultra-thin materials, have been given the nickname of One Dimensional Majorana Zero Energy Modes. These quantum states made of ultra-thin materials can have a huge impact on quantum computing.

It is worth mentioning that Qubits are responsible for high-speed calculations in a quantum computer.

In the past, Google and other companies have tried to use Qubits technology to make quantum computers, but Qubits technology is very sensitive to noise and other external interference. Due to which there is a possibility of errors in the calculations done by the quantum computer. 

The qubits can be represented by up (↑) and down (↓) or both at the same time(⇅).

Challenges of quantum computing:

Managing qubits is a big challenge for scientists, as their life span is short.

Encryption tools are used to protect information including ‘RSA’ which, is considered the strongest shield, but quantum computers also penetrate it.

Quantum technology can put the security of any country at risk. It can also increase the risk of breaching the confidential information of other countries.

The US National Security Agency (NSA) wants to build a quantum computer that can penetrate all types of encryption used to protect banking, medical, business, and other government records stored on computers in the world.


 The computing power of a 40-cubic quantum computer would be comparable to today’s supercomputers and would be able to calculate data much faster than today’s supercomputers.

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