This article outlines the investigation, progression and perspectives of quantum neural networks — a flourishing new field which arranges classical neurocomputing with quantum computation. It is fought that the examination of quantum neural networks may give us both new cognizance of brain work similarly as marvelous possibilities in making new structures for information processing, including dealing with classically ardent problems. At the end of this paper, I will be implementing quantum neural networks (QNN), partial classical neural networks, and classical neural networks (CNN) to train simple MNIST classification and see how QNN performs.

Classical neural systems can order transcribed digits. The model originates from the MNIST informational index which comprises of 55,000 preparing tests that are 28 by 28 pixilated pictures of written by hand digits that have been marked by people as speaking to one of the ten digits from 0 to 9. Numerous early on classes in AI utilize this informational collection as a testbed for examining basic neural systems. So it appears to be normal for us to check whether quantum neural system can deal with the MNIST information. There is no undeniable method to assault this logically so I resort to recreation. The impediment here is that I can just effectively deal with state 16 piece information utilizing a traditional test system of a 17 qubit quantum PC with one readout bit. So I utilize a downsampled form of the MNIST information which comprises of 4 by 4 pixilated pictures. With one readout bit I can’t mark ten digits so all things being equal I pick two digits, state 7 and 9, and lessen the informational collection to comprise of just those examples named as 7 or 9 and inquire as to whether the quantum system can recognize the information tests. …

Here are some things you should know before diving deep into this lessons :

- Learning by doing is my thing, so most of the terminologies of machine learning and tensorflow in this lesson will be demonstrated using examples. If machine learning complex mathematics is what you want, you won’t get them here, but you will at least get everything else and understand the mathematical process intuitively
- For this lesson, you are required to have tensorflow, and python (numpy and matplotlib) installed. You can easily find resources online on how to get the installations done. Also, you should have jupyter notebook installed on your laptop preferably or any IDLE of your choice. In case the installation becomes so difficult, you can use
**google colab notebook**direcly on the internet and use “!pip …

- Part 1 — Intro to Machine Learning with TensorFlow simplified.

Here are some things you should know before diving deep into this lessons :

- Learning by doing is my thing, so most of the terminologies of machine learning and tensorflow in this lesson will be demonstrated using examples. If machine learning complex mathematics is what you want, you won’t get them here, but you will at least get everything else and understand the mathematical process intuitively
- For this lesson, you are required to have tensorflow, and python (numpy and matplotlib) installed. You can easily find resources online on how to get the installations done. Also, you should have jupyter notebook installed on your laptop preferably or any IDLE of your choice. In case the installation becomes so difficult, you can use
**google colab notebook**direcly on the internet and use “!pip …

This article demonstrates Super Dense Coding (SDC) in quantum computing. We first use Qiskit’s simulator to test our quantum circuit, and then try it out on a real quantum computer.

Quantum teleportation and super dense coding are closely related and might cause confusion if not properly explained or differentiate.

Quantum teleportation is a process by which the state of qubit can be transmitted from one location to another, with the help of classical communication and Bell Pair. In other words, we can say it is a protocol that destroys the quantum state of a qubit in one location and recreates it on a qubit at a distant location, with the help of shared entanglement, while super dense coding is a procedure that allows someone to send two classical bits to another party using just a single qubit of…

Understanding quantum algorithm presupposes that one should have a clear dichotomy of what entails and what constitutes it in the simplest form. There’s no simple illustration or description one can give to quantum algorithm without getting out of bound for those with little physics and/or mathematics (linear algebra) background or experience.

While this article mainly focuses on implementation of Deutsch-Jozsa’s algorithm to predict California housing prices for some years, it will also give a thorough explanation on how Deutsch-Jozsa algorithm works. Understanding Deustch-Jozsa’s algorithm is the basis for understanding most of the quantum algorithm. …

Hey, do you know you can program a real quantum computer and have lots of fun?

Yeah! Many thanks to IBM Q.

IBM Q is an industry first initiative to build universal quantum computers for business, engineering and science. These quantum computers are freely and publicly available for everyone to access using Qiskit. You can read more about this through this link: https://www.research.ibm.com/ibm-q/learn/what-is-ibm-q/

Right here, I will be showing you how to build and play a coin flip game on IBM quantum computer using Qiskit.

Qiskit is an open-source framework for quantum computing. It provides tools for creating and manipulating quantum programs and running them on prototype quantum devices and simulators. It follows the circuit model for universal quantum computation, and can be used for any quantum hardware that follows this model. While the purpose of this article is not mainly about Qiskit, I will recommend reading more about it on this link https://qiskit.org/ and also go through some tutorials on https://nbviewer.jupyter.org/github/Qiskit/qiskit-tutorials/blob/master/qiskit/start_here.ipynb …

Information can be identified as the most general thing which must propagate from a cause to an effect. It therefore has a fundamentally important role in the science of physics. This has meant that the full significance of information as a basic concept in physics is only now being discovered. This is especially true in quantum mechanics. The theory of quantum information and computing puts this significance on a firm footing, and has lead to some profound and exciting new insights into the natural world. Among these are the use of quantum states to permit the secure transmission of classical information (quantum cryptography), the use of quantum entanglement to permit reliable transmission of quantum states (teleportation) etc., …

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