Quantum Bayesian Networks

April 1, 2009

WALL-E and quantum computer programming

Filed under: Uncategorized — rrtucci @ 10:19 am

wall-eI recently saw the movie WALL-E and fell in love with it. The animation was brilliant; the plot and dialogue were excellent too. That is not a misprint: I found the dialogue (and accompanying pantomime) excellent too. My favorite lines are when WALL-E introduces himself to MO:

(WALL-E, while shaking hands with MO) WALL-E.
(MO) MO.
(WALL-E) MO?
(MO) MO!

Okay, not exactly dazzling Shakespearean wordplay, but it fully and very humorously fills a whole scene using only 5 syllables.

No, I won’t claim that Wall-E, (nor EVE nor Auto) are quantum computers. But I would like to re-iterate my previous point about the lessons that Pixar offers for quantum computer programming.

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