Quantum Bayesian Networks

November 13, 2018

The Toronto Quantum Meetup Supremos invite you to our next Meetup entitled “Hands on with Quantum Circuits”

Filed under: Uncategorized — rrtucci @ 7:05 pm

The Toronto Quantum computing Meetup is the second largest meetup in the world dedicated to quantum computing, so we claim the silver medal of Quantum Meetup Supremacy, at least for now. (currently we have 1493 Supremos as members. The biggest club is in London with a distinguished 1643 Brexiters members. We used to be the biggest, but, oh well, sic transit gloria mundi).

We cordially invite you to our next meeting on Monday, Nov 19, 2018, 6 days from today. In this event, Henning Dekant, CEO of artiste-qb.net, plans to guide the audience through getting their own free (within limits) Amazon cloud (AWS) account to a cloud service called BayesForge. Then, he will teach the audience how to run some of the Jupyter notebooks already installed in Bayesforge dealing with quantum circuits and quantum computing. So this event welcomes more than just passive audience members; it is also intended to be a “hands-on” workshop for those who wish to be active participants and bring their laptop to the event.

The magnificent software behind the cloud service Bayesforge that will be featured in this talk was written solely by Henning Dekant. Henning is the organizer of this meetup club and the speaker for this event. The following talk describes Bayesforge and is good background preparation for this event:
⁣​ http://www.ar-tiste.com/BayesForgeTalk.pdf

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2 Comments »

  1. Meanwhile, a harsh critique of the q-supremacy conjecture just surfaced and it’s not at all ‘journalistic’..
    https://spectrum.ieee.org/computing/hardware/the-case-against-quantum-computing

    Comment by technofeudalism — November 16, 2018 @ 12:29 pm

  2. I find Dyakanov’s arguments silly and unconvincing. He must be very jealous or work for Putin’s fake media empire. It’s possible that quantum computing will ultimately fail. Personally, I think quantum computing has already succeeded in many ways, such as pointing physics research in a very fruitful direction. How you get there is often very important, even if you don’t reach the final destination

    Comment by rrtucci — November 16, 2018 @ 1:50 pm


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