Microsoft Will Use Quantum Tools with Classical Computing

Microsoft’s topological qubit architecture is not ready. Microsofts Nadella highlighted a “quantum on classical” approach. Quantum tools will be used alongside classical computation to optimize the algorithms for simulating complex phenomena.

Quantum-inspired algorithms can optimize MRI scans. Once the scan is done, the 3-D visualization can be viewed using Microsoft’s HoloLens augmented-reality headset.

“Working with Azure has given us improvement in speed and about a 30% improvement in precision,” Mark Griswold, a professor of radiology at CWRU, said on the video. “The results we’re getting are allowing us to see diseases earlier than befor, and to quantify the treatments that we’re giving.”

3 thoughts on “Microsoft Will Use Quantum Tools with Classical Computing”

  1. These tools threaten blockchain. I wonder if Gates is also planning on offering quantum blockchain services.

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