Quantum Bayesian Networks

May 17, 2018

Help us program the NYC Matrix

Filed under: Uncategorized — rrtucci @ 1:59 am

Our company Artiste-qb.net does bleeding edge research into quantum computing. We are so advanced that our researchers think of Palantir and the NSA as a bunch of dotards and little Linux rocketmen.

One of our main projects is to program The NYC Matrix. We are almost done, thank you. In this picture, one of our elite programmers, Simón Bermúdez, is experimenting with quantum cloning of himself. Just like in The Matrix movies, but the real thing. Simón gets quite a lot of work done for us by slipping into this multiverse mode.

Google, IBM, Rigetti, DWave and Alibaba, you have been checkmated. artiste-qb.net is the only quantum computing firm that has mastered quantum cloning of employees.

Simón was born and raised in Venezuela, but now he lives in Toronto, Canada. He used to work at the illustrious Creative Destruction Lab (part of the U of Toronto) (hence the shirt in the photo). Now he works for artiste-qb.net. Thanks to Simón for letting me use this TOP SECRET photo. I lowered the resolution of the photo, the original one is even better.



  1. While you were cloning yourselfs up there…


    Comment by Theo — May 17, 2018 @ 6:31 am

  2. Thanks Theo. I liked the video that comes with the article

    Comment by rrtucci — May 17, 2018 @ 6:45 am

  3. I don’t know what is real and what’s a dream/fiction anymore.

    2 years ago I would not even think that I would have the privilege to write software to something that pioneers like a quantum computer.

    You guys are my family and you help me incredibly to define myself, who I am, my pathway and the meaning of my life.

    Funny thing it’s now 42^6

    Comment by Simon Bermudez — May 18, 2018 @ 10:05 am

  4. It’s an honor and a pleasure to work with all six of you, Simón

    Comment by rrtucci — May 18, 2018 @ 6:19 pm

  5. That’s it! Here come your “Mexican” news

    Have you tried that door? It would a pitty for artiste to be missing from a complete superstore, right?

    Comment by Theo — May 19, 2018 @ 8:52 am

  6. Thanks Theo. That article is the perfect illustration of why I think TechnologyReview is just an infommercial posing as unbiased reporting. TR is very selective in the companies that it promotes. Almost as if there was payola involved. They remind me of the Spencer’s gift catalogue
    Except I trust the advice of Spencers more

    Comment by rrtucci — May 19, 2018 @ 1:10 pm

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