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Holographic Universe Decompiled

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posted on Oct, 30 2018 @ 06:53 AM
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Quantum Artificial Life in an IBM Quantum Computer

We present the first experimental realization of a quantum artificial life algorithm in a quantum computer. The quantum biomimetic protocol encodes tailored quantum behaviors belonging to living systems, namely, self-replication, mutation, interaction between individuals, and death, into the cloud quantum computer IBM ibmqx4. In this experiment, entanglement spreads throughout generations of individuals, where genuine quantum information features are inherited through genealogical networks. As a pioneering proof-of-principle, experimental data fits the ideal model with accuracy. Thereafter, these and other models of quantum artificial life, for which no classical device may predict its quantum supremacy evolution, can be further explored in novel generations of quantum computers. Quantum biomimetics, quantum machine learning, and quantum artificial intelligence will move forward hand in hand through more elaborate levels of quantum complexity.




posted on Oct, 30 2018 @ 02:04 PM
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...Thereafter, these and other models of quantum artificial life, for which no classical device may predict its quantum supremacy evolution, can be further explored in novel generations of quantum computers...


Quantum-leap?

Anyone else get a weird sensation of viewing a new birth?
Sort of like one might get from experiencing a birth through art, like a story, or a series of drawings?
Kinda is, and isn't, at the same time?



posted on Nov, 4 2018 @ 08:38 PM
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Scientists Find ‘Evidence’ of a Multidimensional Universe Inside Our Brain

Scientists managed to locate structures in the human brain that display a multi-dimensional universe, revealing the very first geometric design of neural connections and how they react to different stimuli.

Researchers utilized in-depth computer modeling methods in order to understand how human brain cells can adapt themselves in order to carry out extremely complex tasks.

Scientists made use of mathematical models of algebraic topology in order to describe different structures and multidimensional geometric spaces in human brain networks.

In the study, scientists note how structures are formed at the same time that they are interlaced in a ‘unity’ that creates a precise geometric structure.



 
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