# Quantum Computing and Future

## Understand Quantum Computing and Its Impact on the Future of Business

## Utpal Chakraborty

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# Quantum Computing and Future

## Understand Quantum Computing and Its Impact on the Future of Business

## Utpal Chakraborty

## Información del libro

Be Prepared for a Revolutionary Transformation with Quantum Computing

Key Features

? Demystify concepts, working principles, and the process of Quantum Computing.

? Extensive coverage on various applications of Quantum Computing across industries and sectors.

? Learn how to harness the power of Quantum Computing and Artificial Intelligence in your business.

Description

The book 'Quantum Computing and Future' brings a holistic view of the potential of Quantum Computing across various industries and sectors. This book touches almost every area of application that can be benefitted from the capability of Quantum Computing, thus helping readers to understand how this innovative technology brings agility and transformation across enterprises. This book begins with concepts and principles of Quantum Computing followed by the process of quantum computing functions. It explains how Quantum Computing has led to transformation across sectors, including Healthcare, Banking, Finance, Genomics, Drug Discovery, Aviation, Tourism, Cryptocurrency, and Security. The book describes how an enterprise can leverage the tremendous capabilities of Quantum Computing and put its application in your business infrastructure for its optimal performance. You will see yourself most updated on the current progress of implementation of Quantum Computers and how their services can be available for enterprise use.By the end of the book, you will understand the enormous potential of Quantum Computing and how it is transforming businesses across different industries.

What you will learn

? Explore Quantum concepts and principles such as Superposition, Entanglement, and Interference.

? Understand how Quantum Computing is revolutionizing the Healthcare and Medicine fields.

? Understand how Quantum Computing is transforming the Banking and Finance sectors.

Who this book is for

This book is for IT and Non-IT professionals, developers, business analysts, business heads, CXOs, students, and researchers who are interested in Quantum Computing. Anyone who wants to know the latest trends and future of this cutting-edge technology will find this book helpful.

Table of Contents

1. An Overview of Quantum Computing

2. History of Quantum Physics and Dynamics

3. Quantum Concepts and Principles (Superposition, Entanglement and Interference)

4. Quantum Computing in Healthcare and Medicine

5. Quantum Computing in Banking and Finance

6. Quantum Computing in Drug Discovery and Research

7. Quantum Computing in Aviation, Travel, and Logistics

8. Quantum Computing in Crypto and Security

9. Quantum Computing in Space Exploration, Astronomical, and Weather Studies

10. Quantum Computing for Solving Complex Optimization Problems

11. Quantum Computing in Chemistry, Chemical Research and Agriculture

12. Quantum Computing in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning

13. Quantum Computing for Optimizing Big Data

14. Quantum Computing for Simulation of Durable Battery Designs

15. Quantum Computing and Future of Autonomous Vehicles

16. Quantum Computing in Education and Research

17. How Quantum and AI Will Revolutionize Defense and Warfare?

18. Quantum Computing in Life Science

19. Quantum Computing in Cyber Security and Hacking

20. Quantum Computing in Movies and Cinemas

21. Quantum Computing in Spirituality and Mysticism

22. Quantum Computing in Robotics

23. Quantum Computing in Nuclear Research and Study of Atoms

24. Quantum Computing in Sports and Games

25. Quantum Computing in Traffic Optimization

26. Quantum Computing in Metaverse

27. Quantum Computing in Fintech, AI, and Sustainability

28. How Quantum Explains Human Consciousness?

## Preguntas frecuentes

## Información

# CHAPTER 1

# An Overview of Quantum Computing

# Introduction

*why science and mysticism have such strong rivalry despite both being in the service of human wellbeing*. They are like two distant islands in people's minds with literally no ferry service. There are metaphors in mysticism about the universe, sub-atomic particles, and human life in general which are so profound, logical, and compelling that always wondered me if those could have been useful guides for the scientific studies. A time will arrive soon when we see more and more applications around us based on Quantum Computing which is based on the real nature of the universe and the sub-atomic particles that our ancient spiritual scriptures had hinted a couple of thousand years back.

*Sycamore*" has been able to solve a complex mathematical calculation in just 3 minutes that a powerful supercomputer would have taken approximately 10,000 years. We call it

*Quantum Supremacy*in the world of

*Qubits*when a quantum computer outperforms a classic supercomputer. Now, you can easily imagine that with this enormous computational speed combined with the power of AI how it's going to bring about a radical change in the way we perceive classic computing today:

**Figure 1.1:**Quantum Computer Internal View (

**Source:**forbes.com)

*superposition*and

*entanglement*of subatomic particles that a classic computer is not capable of. We will not go much into the details of Quantum Dynamics in this book, rather let's discuss how Quantum-AI combo can help the businesses and different industries.

*In Silico Simulations*" for diverse drug designs. Furthermore, the much-discussed "

*digital health*" can only become a reality in the genuine sense if the power of quantum computers can be harnessed and democratized.

**Figure 1.2:**Quantum Computing and Artificial Intelligence (

**Source:**swissquantumhub.com)

**Principal Component Analysis**(

**PCA**) can be done much faster in quantum computers using the LMR algorithm and many more.

# CHAPTER 2

# History of Quantum Physics and Dynamics

*Richard Feynman*said about the Quantum theory that was used to describe the tiny objects in the universe -

*I am not entirely convinced by the theories of quantum mechanics, but I find them interesting enough to cast doubt on common sense's ideas about physical reality*. This weird nature of quantum mechanics has opened the path for the whole range of quantum applications today, including Quantum Computing, Teleportation and Quantum Cryptography, Quantum Life-Science, and many more that we will discuss in the subsequent chapters.

*Max Born*,

*Werner Heisenberg*, and

*Pascual Jordan*developed a coherent formulation of quantum mechanics known as

**Matrix Mechanics**or

**. Matrix mechanics was the first conceptually autonomous and logically consistent formulation of quantum mechanics when was then used for calculations even in Quantum Computers. It was the foundation that was able to displace the Bohr's model of electron orbits. In the Bohr model of the atom, electrons travel in defined circular orbits around the nucleus. The orbits are labeled by an integer, the quantum number**

*n*. Electrons can jump from one orbit to another by emitting or absorbing energy.

*Rutherford*showed that the atom has most of its mass concentrated at the center in the nucleus and electrons are very light charged particles that orbit around the nucleus. Also, in the year 1800's,

*Michael Faraday*invented something called the theory of electromagnetism. And according to this theory, if a charged particle like an electron moves, it produces an electromagnetic field coming out of the electron. So according to this theory, if an electron is moved a bit up and down, there's a wave that propagates out from the electron, and we call this electromagnetic wave or radiation. This implies that in an atom, the electron should be losing energy while revolving around the orbit. And it should actually spiral toward the center of the atom and collapse in the nucleus very quickly. But in reality, it does not happen in that manner. So, there is something deeply wrong about this theory and the classical mechanics. Now to come up with a proper explanation to this the physicist took a long time to formulate something concrete that how a charged particle like an electron can be stable in its orbit.

*Erwin Schrodinger*also invented an equation to explain the wave nature of the electron called Schrodinger's equation.

**Figure 2.1:**Quantum Physicists Diagram (Source: Jeffrey Strickland)

**Wave Particle Duality**. It's called a

**Measurement Collapses**the wave function.

*Double Slit Experiment*of

*Thomas Young*. In 1965,

*Richard Feynman*described a thought-experiment in which individual electrons were fired on a double slit. Contrary to the belief that electrons will pass through slits and create two similar bands in the wall placed on the opposite side, it created an interference pattern that normally seen in the waves:

**Figure 2.2:**(

**Source:**Thomas Young's Double Slit Experiment)

**Probability Distribution**. And it is very much possible that the probability of finding an electron at two places at the same time. This is known as

**Superposition**which comes from the fact that this wave can be made by adding or superimposing two waves. This feature of a subatomic particle has been used in devising the

**Qubits**in a quantum processor in a quantum computer.

**Entanglement**. When two electron waves meet and interfere with each other and become mixed up, then the interference relationship established between these two electrons remains intake even if they are separated far apart, thousands or millions of miles. This means that mathematically, we now have one wave function that describes everything about both electrons, and they're inextricably linked. Even if they move far away from each other a measurement on one of the electrons can talk about the other. It's just like correlated with a measurement on the other even if they move billions of miles away. This behavior of the el...

## Índice

- Cover Page
- Title Page
- Copyright Page
- Dedication Page
- About the Author
- About the Reviewer
- Acknowledgement
- Preface
- Errata
- Table of Contents
- 1. An Overview of Quantum Computing
- 2. History of Quantum Physics and Dynamics
- 3. Quantum Concepts and Principles: Superposition, Entanglement, and Interference
- 4. Quantum Computing in Healthcare and Medicine
- 5. Quantum Computing in Banking and Finance
- 6. Quantum Computing in Drug Discovery and Research
- 7. Quantum Computing in Aviation, Travel, and Logistics
- 8. Quantum Computing in Crypto and Security
- 9. Quantum Computing in Space Exploration, Astronomical, and Weather Studies
- 10. Quantum Computing for Solving Complex Optimization Problems
- 11. Quantum Computing in Chemistry, Chemical Research, and Agriculture
- 12. Quantum Computing in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
- 13. Quantum Computing for Optimizing Big Data
- 14. Quantum Computing for Simulation of Durable Battery Designs
- 15. Quantum Computing and Future of Autonomous Vehicles
- 16. Quantum Computing in Education and Research
- 17. How Quantum AI and Will Revolutionize Defense and Warfare?
- 18. Quantum Computing in Life Science
- 19. Quantum Computing in Cyber Security and Hacking
- 20. Quantum Computing in Movies and Cinemas
- 21. Quantum Computing in Spirituality and Mysticism
- 22. Quantum Computing in Robotics
- 23. Quantum Computing in Nuclear Research and Study of Atoms
- 24. Quantum Computing in Sports and Games
- 25. Quantum Computing in Traffic Optimization
- 26. Quantum Computing in Metaverse
- 27. Quantum Computing in Fintech, AI, and Sustainability
- 28. How Quantum Explains Human Consciousness?
- Index