(SciTechDaily) Kae Nemoto and her team at the Global Research Center for Quantum Information Science, the National Institute of Informatics in Japan examined how the quantum nature of time crystals — how they shift from moment to moment in a predictable, repeating pattern — can be used to simulate large, specialized networks, such as communication systems or artificial intelligence. specifically examined how the quantum nature of time crystals — how they shift from moment to moment in a predictable, repeating pattern — can be used to simulate large, specialized networks, such as communication systems or artificial intelligence.
“In the classical world, this would be impossible as it would require a huge amount of computing resources,” said Marta Estarellas, one of the first authors of the paper from the National Institute of Informatics. “We are not only bringing a new method to represent and understand quantum processes, but also a different way to look at quantum computers.”
Nemoto and her team specifically examined how the quantum nature of time crystals — how they shift from moment to moment in a predictable, repeating pattern — can be used to simulate large, specialized networks, such as communication systems or artificial intelligence.
The researchers plan to explore different quantum systems using time crystals after their approach is experimentally tested. With this information, their goal is to propose real applications for embedding exponentially large complex networks in a few qubits, or quantum bits.
“Using this method with several qubits, one could simulate a complex network the size of the entire worldwide internet,” Nemoto said.

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