Quantum Computing Technology With Limitless Possibilities Looking For Tough Problems To Solve!

At the turn of the 20th-century German physicist Max Planck proposed that a ‘perfect black body’ emitted and absorbed electromagnetic waves as discrete bundles of energy referred to as ‘quanta’. This was the birth of quantum mechanics that gave scientists unprecedented, and unique mathematical tools to understand our world on the atomic scale. Now, in the 21st century, the concept of quantum-mechanical states forms the basis of ‘quantum computers’ – a term coined by Richard Feynman in the early 1980s during his call for producing quantum mechanical computer systems [1]. Scientists agree that quantum computers are potentially exponentially faster and much cleverer in cracking codes deemed impossible for classical technology to accomplish.

Quantum Computing Technology With Limitless Possibilities Looking For Tough Problems To Solve!