By IQT News posted 25 Dec 2020

(TechHQ) Chatbots are everywhere these days. However, as much as we want to believe we live in a world full of intelligent automation with the likes of Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, or Apple Siri, there are limits to what today’s chatbots can actually offer. There are something bots simply can’t do: care.
Although AI produces functional applications with classical computers, it is limited by the computational capabilities of classical computers. Quantum computing can provide a computation boost to ai, enabling it to tackle more complex problems.
Startup Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) has built “meaning-aware” natural language processing on a quantum computer — a system that understands both the grammatical structure and the meaning of words, in a way that classical computers cannot.
Startup Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) has built “meaning-aware” natural language processing on a quantum computer — a system that understands both the grammatical structure and the meaning of words, in a way that classical computers cannot.
A quantum computer could improve AI-based digital assistants with true contextual awareness and the ability to fully understand interactions with the customer since the former has the potential to sort through a vast number of possibilities within a fraction of a second to come up with a probable solution.

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