Quantum Computers Explained - Limits of Human Technology

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  • Where are the limits of human technology? And can we somehow avoid them? This is where quantum computers become very interesting.
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Comments • 12 678

  • IG G
    IG G 2 hours ago

    Working quantum computers will be created when scientists will understand real-life qubits: real meaning of woman's Yes and No answers.

  • BAT CIRCUIT
    BAT CIRCUIT 6 hours ago

    means it can give all the possible results of an input, event or simulation .......................if further successfull

  • Tariq Rahim
    Tariq Rahim 7 hours ago

    but can It run word??

  • Akib Al Nur Fahim
    Akib Al Nur Fahim 12 hours ago

    My brain stopped working after seeing the first 5 minitues

  • xX_TheBoneCrusher_Xx
    xX_TheBoneCrusher_Xx 19 hours ago

    a question: can it run ALL THE GAMES FOR PC at same time?

  • druidboy76
    druidboy76 Day ago

    How many simultaneous porno searches could I do?

  • Ian9toes
    Ian9toes Day ago

    Hardware department: Here’s the latest super fast quantum computer.
    Software department: Sweet now we can run 10,000k resolution videos at normal speed.

  • Jephylson Vlogggs

    MY BRAIN has left the group video call

  • CreeperGuyHQ//CGHQ

    Hewo!

  • WTF how bizarre
    WTF how bizarre Day ago

    Quantum VR.
    Quantum computer AIs.
    And the unforeseen.

  • vDaBest
    vDaBest Day ago

    Too much quantum for my singletum
    brain cell

  • DEFCON 1
    DEFCON 1 Day ago

    !!!!!WHAT!!!!! What the f***

  • Bartek S.
    Bartek S. 2 days ago

    But can it make internet explorer load?

  • kulera
    kulera 2 days ago

    Huh? Whaa? This sound hard! Trying is hard!

  • Amber Farooq
    Amber Farooq 2 days ago

    :( wut

  • Mat Broadcast
    Mat Broadcast 2 days ago

    Don’t know what you just said but sounded good

  • thodoris kavouras
    thodoris kavouras 2 days ago

    I understood everything except the parts from 0:00-7:16

  • Charlie Nixon
    Charlie Nixon 2 days ago +1

    Geekbrain.exe has nearly stopped. Crash detected. Rebooting computer brain. Reboot unsuccessful. Running trace subroutine. Trace subroutine unsuccessful. Re-initiating trace subroutine. Trace subroutine unsuccessful. Re-initiating brain firewall. Firewall online. Trace subroutine running. Trace subroutine successful. Cause finder running. Cause finder successful: Mind nearly scrambled. Full brain restore running. Restore successful. All data stored.

  • Charlie Nixon
    Charlie Nixon 2 days ago +1

    Flippin' heck! I know a ton of science, yet this is blowing my mind a bit!

  • Gangu Bai
    Gangu Bai 3 days ago

    3819: This potato(Quantum Computer) cant even teleport me.

  • Anthony
    Anthony 3 days ago +1

    the shitty gameboy music is so distracting, I'm moving to another vid.
    Cheers!

  • Cure aging
    Cure aging 3 days ago

    Can quantum computers simulate human body and cure aging?

  • Robby Khullar
    Robby Khullar 3 days ago

    But can it blend?

  • Sudhir kumar
    Sudhir kumar 4 days ago +1

    Awesome

  • Christopher Mansilla

    I wanna be the Steve jobs of quantum computing who’s gonna be my Steve Wozniacki?

  • A Wierd Awkward Person

    Superposition is like when someone come in ur room and u only have one second to find a reasonable sleeping position

  • Jalexthegr8
    Jalexthegr8 4 days ago

    “A real physical barrier” in that electron quantum tunnel through the barriers.

  • Freemasonry
    Freemasonry 5 days ago

    Did anyone else not understand anything?

  • Andrew Bergamann
    Andrew Bergamann 5 days ago

    Thank you for giving away that Starcraft Cheat Code ^_^

  • Vangdectorytical Led the II

    Microsoft Edge is better than google chrome.
    Change my mind.

    Can quantum computers run minecraft 60fps with shaders tho???

  • Pavan Pratap Singh Chauhan

    using quantum physics to study quantum physics ......is it a paradox???????

  • Sunfish Studio
    Sunfish Studio 5 days ago

    But can it run DOOM?

  • Glenn Matthews
    Glenn Matthews 5 days ago

    This is fucking mind boggling. Look at what were fucking doing, were coding fucking 'logic gates' and fucking crazy sciency crap. I feel like were hacking the universe.
    Humanity is crazy.

  • André Milan Matiello

    Can't wait for Skyrim: Quantum Edition. I mean, anything can run Skyrim, why wouldn't this?

  • Quinn Dang
    Quinn Dang 5 days ago

    So what does it mean for society if we can achieve this? Like what kinds of tangible change can we predict?

  • OldSchoolShadlez
    OldSchoolShadlez 5 days ago

    My head hurts

  • supa skier
    supa skier 5 days ago

    But can it run premiere pro smoothly

  • Nibrasakhi
    Nibrasakhi 6 days ago +4

    can qubits used as an interstellar network since a qubits affects another qubits no matter how far you are

  • Bart Ziengs
    Bart Ziengs 6 days ago

    I just love how on point this is!

  • Marble Games
    Marble Games 6 days ago +1

    How dare you use the Der Reise pack a punch effect noise.

  • Geo S
    Geo S 6 days ago

    Im out

  • Nouel Gaming
    Nouel Gaming 6 days ago

    First minute
    Me
    Oh this is simple
    2nd to end
    Me
    Unfortunately com.brain.system has stopped

  • Acala
    Acala 6 days ago

    Could you imagine making a real human calculator using a bunch of kids that don't even know multiplication to work together in series with the right inputs to act as a calculator solving problems they don't even understand?

  • Jazlo Mulkhey
    Jazlo Mulkhey 6 days ago

    Basically, quantum computers calculate every possibility at the same time
    EDIT. sets quantum computer to discover meaning of life: computer says 42.

  • De Panda
    De Panda 6 days ago

    2:30 rick and morty reference

  • Jacksfilms 2
    Jacksfilms 2 6 days ago

    But, can it play despacito?

  • Matt K.
    Matt K. 6 days ago

    DAMMIT.
    MY BRAIN IS LA G GG INN G
    Brain.exe has crashed
    Brain.exe will blow up in 10...9...

  • Nathaniel Gorman
    Nathaniel Gorman 6 days ago

    Did anyone get the rick and morty reference @ 2:32?😂

  • syafitra Wega
    syafitra Wega 7 days ago

    Ok, you can simulate molecules with Quantum computers, cool.

    *buT cAn iT ruN crySis tHo???*

  • Better Than Lars
    Better Than Lars 7 days ago

    This is amazing and yet very complicated, I have to replay some parts a lot when I watch this channel, this makes this channel so unique and so genius

  • Communist Satan
    Communist Satan 7 days ago

    Quantum Computing requires far more cocaine and/or acid to properly comprehend.

  • Dennis
    Dennis 7 days ago

    Nice Rick and Morty reference

  • Im Interested
    Im Interested 7 days ago

    i actually watched the whole thing without my brain hurting once.

  • Nagman32
    Nagman32 7 days ago

    2:32 Rick and Morty reference

  • vasi osborn
    vasi osborn 7 days ago

    110010AASS1000 11010SSAA111 010110SSS

  • Douglas Pantz
    Douglas Pantz 7 days ago

    But Can It Run My Fried brain.exe?

  • Thecubingboy 226
    Thecubingboy 226 7 days ago

    how can someone like snorlax eww

  • Κωνσταντινος Μπ

    *BUT CAN IT RUN CRYSIS*

  • Rigel Arndt
    Rigel Arndt 8 days ago

    this was pretty terribly explained. It threw out a bunch of terms without defining them in context. No examples were given, and for the most part seemed to be a marketing video, more than anything else. I advise watching "What the bleep". Far more informative. Takes longer, but explains the science in context, and provides metaphors for the examples.

  • asskings
    asskings 8 days ago

    "superpositon" this word sounds so freaking powerful wow i like it

  • Maroki06
    Maroki06 8 days ago

    Quanception

  • Erdoğan AKSU
    Erdoğan AKSU 9 days ago

    Bu konuda duyduğum en açıklayıcı video buydu.
    This was the most descriptive video I have ever heard.

  • elite penguin
    elite penguin 9 days ago

    I'm so lost. I didn't understand shit.

  • 5,000 subs without video challenge

    If this computer is perfected, teleportation might be possible.

  • Felix Oh
    Felix Oh 9 days ago +1

    1:41 I’m imagining a Hataraku Saibou-esque anime centered around a bunch of lolis doing basic math inside a computer

  • Jonah Deegan
    Jonah Deegan 9 days ago

    1:42 Looks like these kids can’t do their math.

  • I am David
    I am David 9 days ago

    After watching Ant Man and Ant Man and the Wasp, this is like so much more interesting to watch!

  • Red Darmi
    Red Darmi 9 days ago

    4:08
    Could this somehow be used to send messages instantly?

    • Red Darmi
      Red Darmi 8 days ago

      I'm trying to think of a way this could still work but it doesn't seem like it could after you've said that.
      I knew it wasn't possible to control the state the qubit collapses into, however, I thought it might be possible to observe that it collapsed into a state, which could then have different ones collapsing representing different characters, but if you can't observe that it has collapsed on the other end, then that won't work.

    • Ambient Morality
      Ambient Morality 8 days ago

      No. First, you can't control what state a qubit collapses into, second, the receiver can't tell whether you have measured the state of the qubit on your end.

  • Neroshi Interactive
    Neroshi Interactive 9 days ago

    I love your videos however at 4:00 I started to get lost. My brain got burnt out I got platinum 2 processor lol.i mustve replay it 4 time lol

  • Oliver Morrison
    Oliver Morrison 9 days ago

    What if these quantum computers were able to process simulations of our or different universes. We could run experiments and even predict the future if we could create a universe identical to ours.

  • Masida Chisambi
    Masida Chisambi 9 days ago

    Wut

  • createthiscom
    createthiscom 9 days ago

    I don't think quantum computers have ever actually existed.

  • BOII 227
    BOII 227 10 days ago

    Just imagine playing csgo on that and imagine the frames like 9999 fps

  • applehead.
    applehead. 10 days ago

    dafuq is this

  • Deep Das
    Deep Das 10 days ago

    It just a special tool !!!!

  • Mihai Ghita
    Mihai Ghita 10 days ago

    I predict qbits.

  • MR.
    MR. 11 days ago

    god damn it didn't get anything ! am i stupid or this is a complex matter !

  • Balance
    Balance 11 days ago

    They do this science and i fap to their science, proudly.

  • Jengordyn Lastname
    Jengordyn Lastname 11 days ago +2

    "You can imagine a computer as a group of 7 year olds [...]"
    No thank you, I'm willing to keep my sanity intact

  • Daniel Ahlert
    Daniel Ahlert 11 days ago

    Robots don't buy cars. youtube

  • payrim9
    payrim9 12 days ago

    ok
    what?

  • Muhammet Ali Öztürk
    Muhammet Ali Öztürk 12 days ago

    When Quantum Computers are available and widely used by various organizations, everyhthing can be accessable, if today's asymmetric cryptographic algorithms are continued to use. But rest assured! There are already studies about post-quantum cryptographic algorithms which is even Quantum boiz couldn't handle easily.

  • Dave Ackley
    Dave Ackley 12 days ago

    Wattadafuck

  • Umbr. Corp.
    Umbr. Corp. 12 days ago

    Iam 12 and i have one at home

  • Anonymous
    Anonymous 12 days ago

    How familiar are you with the gear wars exactly

  • Endermax FX
    Endermax FX 12 days ago

    R.branquial
    Osteoglossidae
    Também conhecido como aruanã, Presente tanto nas Bacias do Amazonas como também no Araguaia-Tocantins. Conhecidos por serem grandes saltadores, podendo alcançar altura superior a um metro em cada pulo. O aruanã procura realizar a reprodução durante épocas de enchentes. O macho protege os ovos com a boca. Considerada espécie ornamental - com valores altos no âmbito comercial.
    Barbado
    Pode ser chamado também de piranambu, encontrado, além do Amazonas, na Bacia do Prata, região que inclui o território pantaneiro. Tem importância à pesca de subsistência por nadar nas beiras dos rios que cercas vilas de pescadores ou pequenas cidades no aspecto populacional. A dieta da espécie é composta por diversos itens alimentares. Costuma a atacar inclusive peixes que são pescados com redes, disputando o alimento com os pescadores.
    Bicuda
    Possui formado comprido no corpo e bico. Interessante notar que não apreciam nadar em cardumes com muitas espécies. Também não fazem migrações para desovar na época da criação. Não traz gosto agradável e por este motivo não é visado comercialmente, o que favorece contra riscos de extinções. Por outro lado, os esportistas apreciam pescar bicudas por causa do alto nível de dificuldade. O peixe, além de forte, é capaz de dar saltos altos para não se entregar aos pescadores. Prefere habitar as superfícies por causa das características pelágicas.
    R.pulmomar
    Peixe-boi
    popularmente como peixe-boi,é um mamífero da família dos triquecídeos que é encontrado em rios e lagos da Bacia Amazônica e da Bacia do Rio Orinoco[2]. Tais animais chegam a medir até 2,8 metros de comprimento, possuindo um corpo cinzento e uma grande mancha esbranquiçada no peito.
    Boto-cor-de-rosa
    É o maior golfinho de água doce, e um dos cetáceos com dimorfismo sexual mais evidente, com os machos medindo e pesando 16% e 55% mais do que as fêmeas. Os adultos apresentam uma coloração rosada, mais proeminente nos machos. Como outros odontocetos, possui um órgão chamado melão utilizado para ecolocalização.
    Ósseos
    Cachorra
    O nome comum na região amazonense é peixe-cachorro. Encontrado também em ampla variedade no Araguaia. Natural de mata inundada, lagos, canais e rios. São peixes grandes que preferem se alimentar de espécies com no máximo cinquenta por cento.
    Curimatã
    Considerado como um dos peixes mais apreciados em solos amazonenses. Tem coloração em prata e porte médio. Traz dentes pequenos e afiados, além de variedade nas escamas. Prefere se alimentar de microrganismos e materiais orgânicos encontrados na lama presente no fundo dos rios.
    Curimbatá
    Considerado como um dos peixes mais belos de todas as bacias amazônicas. Pode ser encontrado no Amazonas, Pantanal, Araguaia, São Francisco e alguns açudes nordestinos. Considerado como peixe detritívoro, ou seja, que se alimenta de restos orgânicos encontrados na lama do fundo dos lagos ou nas margens
    Cartilaginosos
    Pristidae é a única família da ordem Pristiformes e compreende espécies vulgarmente conhecidas como peixes-serra. A sua característica principal é a maxila muito alongada, com dentes iguais colocados regularmente nos bordos exteriores.
    Depois de muitos anos de anonimato e de já enfeitar milhares de aquários de colecionadores asiáticos, a Potamotrygon tigrina, uma espécie de arraia amazônica, foi finalmente descrita pela ciência.
    O exemplar, que tem coloração amarelo-alaranjado semelhante à de um tigre,

  • Pip Squek
    Pip Squek 12 days ago

    Who cares.. as long as I can play minicraft

  • Nicholas
    Nicholas 12 days ago

    🤯

  • xeztan
    xeztan 13 days ago

    Can it run internet explorer and paint at the same time though?

  • xeztan
    xeztan 13 days ago

    Yeah, I’m lost.

  • KVSupernova
    KVSupernova 13 days ago

    I don’t think 1*1 equals zero. You need to go back to kindergarten, first-grader.

  • Okhy
    Okhy 13 days ago

    Sir, can we produce real-random instead of pseudo-random with quantum computing?

  • Todd Blackmon
    Todd Blackmon 13 days ago

    I absolutely love all the Starcraft and other fun references you guys have. *insert pylon joke here*

  • Jesse Meyer
    Jesse Meyer 13 days ago

    What’s the problem?
    Quantum Mechanics
    What’s the solution?
    Quantum Mechanics

  • Neko Chan
    Neko Chan 13 days ago

    Sounds like a Pokemon video game back sound

  • O-One
    O-One 13 days ago

    So you have to just assume a qubit is a 1 or a 0? Isn't a normal bit much more efficient if we can defenitly know it's a 1 or a 0?
    And how are electrons passing through transistors like that, shouldnt all electronics not work if that's actually true?

    • Ambient Morality
      Ambient Morality 8 days ago

      A qubit is a complex linear combination of a 0 and a 1, which can be represented as where a and b are 'amplitudes' corresponding loosely to the chance of measuring it in the 0 or the 1 state. You can think of it as a unit vector in a two-dimensional complex vector space, where the basis vectors are orthogonal vectors corresponding to (0) and (1) The unit vector constraint is because the square of the amplitude is the probability. With quantum gates, two qubits can become entangled: this means the state is a complex linear combination of 00, 01, 10, 11. Then you need four amplitudes to describe it, and it's a unit vector in a four-dimensional Hilbert space.
      As you apply quantum gates to highly entangled quantum systems, you can quickly 'process' a lot of information because quantum gates essentially are matrix-vector multiplication. Since the vectors can get very large (2^n for n entangled qubits), this is very powerful.

  • Xonix 159
    Xonix 159 13 days ago

    If I tranlate the binary Code at 1:12 it shows me ' Ë¥+š '

  • Gold creek Tunes
    Gold creek Tunes 13 days ago

    I feel that I am Einstein after watching this.

  • Helpful Gamer
    Helpful Gamer 14 days ago

    It can be strange, but I understand everything :O

  • john evans
    john evans 14 days ago

    i cant understand