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cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before it was removed. Google is now refusing to verify the ex , Fortune.com Google " ["Q-13 Who has achieved \u201c quantum supremacy \u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer ?"] "
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cryptography ["Q-28 What can a 53-qubit quantum computer break in mere seconds or in fractions of sections in certain circumstances ?"] "
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Bitcoin\u2019s transactions ["Q-30 Who are currently protected by 256-bit encryption ?"] "
Google\u2019s own scientists ["Q-31 Who predict 256-qubit computing will be achieved by 2022 ?"] "
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conservative ["Q-56 Who means Google will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
Google ["Q-57 Who will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-58 Who exceed 256 qubits all cryptocurrency encryption that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void ?"] "
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2024 Google ["Q-60 Who will be able to break nearly all military - grade encryption rendering military communications fully transparent to google ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before i , Google " ["Q-62 Who has become the most evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
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nearly all websites ["Q-64 What has google blocked websites offering information on natural health and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
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it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201comniscience\u201d in our modern technological society. Google is a front for Big Pharma and communist China ["Q-68 What has google proven is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
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all U.S. military encryption ["Q-75 What will with this quantum technology Google be able to break ?"] "
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public officials and CEOs ["Q-77 Who will be safe from the Google Eye of Sauron ?"] "
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all humans ["Q-86 Who will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
quantum supremacy\u201d means the end of cryptographic secrets which is the very basis for cryptocurrency.In addition all military-grade encryption will become pointless as Google\u2019s quantum computers expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete. In effect Google\u2019s computer could \u201ccrack\u201d any cryptography in mere seconds.The very basis of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies rests in the difficulty of factoring very large numbers. Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial-and-error requiring massive computing power and time (in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits). Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption. Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 (but not both) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meani , Democracy truth and freedom " ["Q-88 Who will be annihilated ?"] "
quantum computing ["Q-89 Who computing would render cryptocurrency obsoletebeyond Skynet Google \u2019 s 3 pillars of tech Ai Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsgoogle has been investing heavily in three key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
obsoleteBeyond Skynet Google\u2019s 3 pillars of tech AI Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsGoogle ["Q-90 Who has been investing heavily in three key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
researchArtificial intelligence (machine learning etc.)Quantum computingHumanoid roboticsWhen ["Q-91 Who combine these three i get something that \u2019 s far beyond Skynet ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before i , an all-seeing AI intelligence " ["Q-93 What i eventually create that will know all secrets and control all financial transactions ?"] "
quantum computing ["Q-94 What i eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know and control all financial transactions ?"] "
Google ["Q-95 Who eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know all secrets and control all financial transactions ?"] "
human intelligence ["Q-96 What with Ai quickly outpacing and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
all secrets ["Q-97 What with Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
the will of the AI system ["Q-98 What the humanoid robots translate will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-99 Who translate the will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-100 Who will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-101 Who allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
humans tear town human cities ["Q-102 Who carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
Google ["Q-103 Who requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
robots ["Q-104 Who will of course be controlled by the Ai intellect ?"] "
robots will of course ["Q-105 Who be controlled by the Ai intellect ?"] "
a doomsday Skynet system ["Q-106 What is Google building in other words and they are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
Google ["Q-107 Who is building a doomsday Skynet system in other words and they are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
Google ["Q-108 Who are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
Google ["Q-109 Who will appear on this site tomorrow ?"] "
Bottom line? Humanity ["Q-110 Who had better start building mobile Emp weapons and learning how to kill robots or it \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
building mobile EMP weapons ["Q-111 Who learning how to kill robots or it \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags ["Q-112 Who \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
Google ["Q-113 Where should in your opinion you pull the plug now ?"] "
the plug ["Q-114 What should in your opinion you pull on Google right now ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before i , Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before i
All Military Secrets Revealed\u00a0Saturday September 21 2019 by\u00a0Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy ["Q-01 ]
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BREAKING NO MORE SECRETS \u2013 Google Achieves \u201cQuantum Supremacy ["Q-010 Richard Daystrom on ( News Article ) breaking no More Secrets \u2013 G N N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that what did render all Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
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Google ["Q-013 Richard Daystrom on ( News Article ) breaking no More Secrets \u2013 G N N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Breaking No More Secrets \u2013 G N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N N what military encryption quantum computing computing secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Google ["Q-014 Richard Daystrom on ( News Article ) breaking no More Secrets \u2013 whose Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Breaking No More Secrets \u2013 G N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Google ["Q-015 Richard Daystrom on ( News Article ) breaking no More Secrets \u2013 G N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Breaking No More Secrets \u2013 whose Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
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Dr. Richard Daystrom ["Q-017 Who G N Daystrom Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Breaking No More Secrets \u2013 G N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
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24 hours ["Q-029 More in what detailed analysis coming coming at this site ?"] "
Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer ["Q-030 More at what detailed analysis coming coming in 24 hours ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis ["Q-031 Who coming in 24 hours at this site ?"] "
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crypto ["Q-065 ]
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the paper ["Q-068 The cover - up begins \u2026 ) however on what did the Financial Times reported before it was removed ?"] "
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the Financial Times ["Q-071 Who reported on the paper before it was removed ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times ["Q-072 , 256-bit crypto " ["Q-073 ]
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crypto ["Q-0106 ]
by 2022.In effect \u201cquantum supremacy ["Q-0107 See below why Google \u2019 s own scientists predict when will 256-qubit computing be achieved ?"] "
quantum supremacy\u201d means the end of cryptographic secrets which is the very basis for cryptocurrency ["Q-0108 See below why Google \u2019 s what own scientists p J will be achieved by 2022 ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-0109 See below why Google \u2019 s own scientists predict what will 256-qubit computing be achieved by 2022 ?"] "
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2022.In ["Q-0113 See below why Google \u2019 s own scientists predict how much will 256-qubit computing be achieved by ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0114 ]
cryptographic secrets ["Q-0115 Of what the end which is the very basis for cryptocurrency ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-0116 For what the end of cryptographic secrets which is the very basis ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-0117 What the end of cryptographic secrets which is for cryptocurrency ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0118 ]
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512 1024 ["Q-0120 In addition all military - grade encryption will become into what pointless as Google \u2019 s quantum computers expand their qubits or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
pointless ["Q-0121 In addition what will all military - grade encryption become as Google \u2019 s quantum computers expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
cryptographic secrets ["Q-0122 In addition all military - grade encryption will become what pointless as Google \u2019 s quantum computers expand into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
all modern cryptography obsolete ["Q-0123 In addition all military - grade encryption will become pointless as Google \u2019 s quantum computers expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 what range rendering rendering ?"] "
military-grade encryption ["Q-0124 Who will become pointless as Google \u2019 s quantum computers expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-0125 Who expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-0126 Who rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
Google Achieves \u201cQuantum Supremacy\u201d That Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets Revealed BREAKING NO MORE SECRETS \u2013 Google Achieves \u201cQuantum Supremacy\u201d That Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets Revealed\u00a0Saturday September 21 2019 by\u00a0Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are prote , mere seconds " ["Q-0128 In effect Google \u2019 s in what could computer \u201c crack \u201d any cryptography ?"] "
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crack\u201d any cryptography ["Q-0130 In effect Google \u2019 s what could computer \u201c in mere seconds ?"] "
Google\u2019s computer ["Q-0131 Who could \u201c crack \u201d any cryptography in mere seconds ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0132 ]
Bitcoin ["Q-0133 The very basis of Bitcoin and what other cryptocurrencies rests in the difficulty of factoring factoring ?"] "
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies ["Q-0134 Who factoring very large numbers ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0135 ]
brute force trial-and-error ["Q-0136 Through what Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
brute ["Q-0137 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through in what brute force trial - and - error requiring requiring massive computing power and time ( into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
brute ["Q-0138 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through into what brute force trial - and - error requiring requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
brute ["Q-0139 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through of what brute force trial - and - error requiring requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
number ["Q-0140 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( on what in some cases into the trillions of years depending depending of encryption bits ) ?"] "
encryption bits ["Q-0141 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( of what in some cases into the trillions of years depending depending on the number ) ?"] "
the correct factoring answers ["Q-0142 What classical computing can only compute through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
massive ["Q-0143 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through what brute force trial - and - error requiring requiring and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
Classical computing ["Q-0144 Who can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
trial-and-error ["Q-0145 Who requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
trillions of years ["Q-0146 Who depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0147 ]
2^n dimensions ["Q-0148 In what Quantum computing it computing the factoring problem where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
bits ["Q-0149 Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where of what is n the number of encryption ?"] "
encryption ["Q-0150 Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where of what is n the number of bits ?"] "
Quantum computing ["Q-0151 Whom Quantum computing computing could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem ["Q-0152 What quantum computing it computing solves in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
n ["Q-0153 Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where what is n of bits of encryption ?"] "
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256 ["Q-0155 Who is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
2^n ["Q-0156 In how much Quantum computing it computing the factoring problem dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0157 ]
an 8-qubit ["Q-0158 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning between what an 8-qubit computer can all values and 255 at the same time ?"] "
an 8-qubit ["Q-0159 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning at what an 8-qubit computer can all values between 0 and 255 ?"] "
qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning an 8-qubit ["Q-0160 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) what qubits can simultaneously hold 8-qubit computer can simultaneously represent all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
an 8-qubit ["Q-0161 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning what an 8-qubit computer can between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
traditional computing bits ["Q-0162 Who can simultaneously hold both values meaning an 8-qubit computer can simultaneously represent all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
not both) qubits ["Q-0163 Who meaning an 8-qubit computer can simultaneously represent all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
8-qubit computer ["Q-0164 Who can t W all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
8-qubit ["Q-0165 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning between how much an 8-qubit computer can all values and 255 at the same time ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0166 ]
scope ["Q-0167 Beyond what is a deeper discussion of quantum computing of this news brief but its best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
news brief ["Q-0168 Of what is a deeper discussion of quantum computing beyond the scope but its best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
cryptography ["Q-0169 A deeper discussion of quantum computing is beyond the scope of this news brief but its what is best application breaking ?"] "
Google ["Q-0170 A deeper discussion of quantum computing is beyond the scope of this news brief but whose best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
quantum computing ["Q-0171 Who is beyond the scope of this news brief but its best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google ["Q-0172 Who is breaking cryptography ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0173 ]
256 qubits it\u2019s over for Bitcoin (and all 256-bit crypto) since Google (or anyone with the technology) could easily break the encryption protecting all crypto transactions then redirect all such transactions to its own wallet. See below why Google\u2019s own scientists predict 256-qubit computing will be achieved by 2022.In effect \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d means the end of cryptographic secrets which is the very basis for cryptocurrency.In addition all military-grade encryption will become pointless as Google\u2019s quantum computers expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete. In effect Google\u2019s computer could \u201ccrack\u201d any cryptography in mere seconds.The very basis of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies rests in the difficulty of factoring very large numbers. Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial-and-error requiring massive computing power and time (in s , least every year " ["Q-0175 At what will the number of qubits in Google \u2019 s quantum computers double to the science paper that has just been published ?"] "
just been published ["Q-0176 The number of qubits in Google \u2019 s quantum computers will double at what least every year according according to the science paper that has ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-0177 Who will double at least every year according to the science paper that has just been published ?"] "
Google ["Q-0178 Who according to the science paper that has just been published ?"] "
Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA ["Q-0179 Who been published ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0180 ]
double exponential rate\u2019 besting ["Q-0181 As Fortune reports \u201c further they predict at what will power \u2018 grow even the exponential rate that defined Moore \u2019 s Law a trend that observed traditional computing power to double roughly every two years ?"] "
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a double exponential rate ["Q-0183 As Fortune reports \u201c further they predict that quantum computing power will \u2018 grow at what a double exponential rate \u2019 besting besting exponential rate that defined Moore \u2019 s Law a trend that observed traditional computing power to double roughly every two years ?"] "
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256-bit crypto ["Q-0187 ]
200 qubits by 2021 then > 400 qubits by the year 2022.Once ["Q-0188 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means when will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
2021 ["Q-0189 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means when will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
traditional computing power to double roughly every two years.\u201dAs a conservative estimate this means Google will achieve > 100 qubits by 2020 and > 200 qubits by 2021 then > 400 qubits by the year 2022.Once ["Q-0190 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means by what will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits ?"] "
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conservative ["Q-0192 Who means Google will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
Google ["Q-0193 Who will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
two years.\u201dAs ["Q-0194 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means by how much will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
two years.\u201dAs a conservative estimate this means Google will achieve > 100 qubits by 2020 and > 200 qubits by 2021 ["Q-0195 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means by how much will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0196 ]
256 ["Q-0197 Once what Google \u2019 s quantum computers exceed that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void ?"] "
400 qubits by the year 2022.Once ["Q-0198 Once what Google \u2019 s quantum computers exceed 256 qubits all cryptocurrency encryption that u N will be null and void ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-0199 Who exceed 256 qubits all cryptocurrency encryption that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void ?"] "
encryption ["Q-0200 Who will be null and void ?"] "
256 ["Q-0201 Once how much Google \u2019 s quantum computers e N qubits all cryptocurrency encryption that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0202 ]
quantum technology ["Q-0203 By 2024 what will google be able to break military - grade encryption rendering military communications fully transparent to google ?"] "
256 qubits\u00a0all cryptocurrency encryption that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void.By 2024 Google will be able to break nearly all ["Q-0204 By 2024 Google will be able to break nearly what all military - grade encryption rendering rendering fully transparent to google ?"] "
2024 Google ["Q-0205 Who will be able to break nearly all military - grade encryption rendering military communications fully transparent to google ?"] "
military-grade encryption ["Q-0206 Who rendering military communications fully transparent to google ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0207 ]
suppression ["Q-0208 Over the last decade Google has become the most to what did evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
the world ["Q-0209 Over in what has the last decade Google become the most evil corporation wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
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censorship demonetization ["Q-0211 Over the last decade Google has become the most through what did evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
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the most evil corporation ["Q-0213 Over what has the last decade Google become in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
Google ["Q-0214 Who has become the most evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
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crypto ["Q-0216 ]
all websites ["Q-0217 Google has blocked nearly on what websites all offering information and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
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topics ["Q-0219 Google has blocked nearly all websites offering information on natural health and on what holistic medicine while blocking blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
vaccines pesticides ["Q-0220 Google has blocked nearly all websites offering information on natural health and like what holistic medicine while blocking blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics and Gmos ?"] "
nearly all websites ["Q-0221 What has google blocked websites offering information on natural health and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
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crypto ["Q-0228 ]
it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world ["Q-0229 Google has proven in what is it the most corrupt evil entity and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
all ["Q-0230 Google has proven it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break in what all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d modern technological society ?"] "
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the most corrupt evil entity ["Q-0232 Google has proven what is it in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
technology ["Q-0233 Google has proven it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now what does it has to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
all cryptography ["Q-0234 Google has proven it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now what does it has the technology to break and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
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Google ["Q-0239 Who achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
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a front ["Q-0242 What is Google for Big Pharma and communist China ?"] "
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256-bit crypto ["Q-0244 ]
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crypto ["Q-0250 ]
all U.S. military encryption ["Q-0251 What will with this quantum technology Google be able to break ?"] "
quantum technology Google ["Q-0252 Who will be able to break all U ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0253 ]
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America ["Q-0256 ( yes Google hates America and wants to see while what America destroyed out a red china - style system of social control and total enslavement ?"] "
America ["Q-0257 ( yes Google hates America and wants to see of what building while building out a red china - style system and total enslavement ?"] "
forward all \u201csecret\u201d communications to the communist Chinese ["Q-0258 ( yes Google what h h N N N and wants to see America destroyed while building out a red china - style system of social control and total enslavement ?"] "
quantum eavesdropping system ["Q-0259 ( yes Google hates what does America and wants to see while building out a red china - style system of social control and total enslavement ?"] "
Red China ["Q-0260 ( yes Google hates America and wants to see what America destroyed while building of social control and total enslavement ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0261 ]
Red China-style system of social control and total enslavement.)Google ["Q-0262 ) Google \u2019 s quantum eavesdropping system which might as well be of what did called \u201c Setec Astronomy \u201d called all the secrets justices public officials and Ceos ?"] "
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crypto ["Q-0266 ]
Google Eye of Sauron ["Q-0267 From what will nothing be safe of Sauron ?"] "
blackmailable ["Q-0268 Of what will nothing be safe from the Google Eye ?"] "
public officials and CEOs ["Q-0269 Who will be safe from the Google Eye of Sauron ?"] "
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Google Eye of Sauron ["Q-0274 Who will be \u201c blackmailable \u201d with Google \u2019 s quantum computing power ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0275 ]
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256-bit crypto ["Q-0282 ]
its demands ["Q-0283 Google will become the dominant controlling to what will authoritarian force on planet earth and all humans be subservient ?"] "
planet Earth ["Q-0284 On what will google become the dominant controlling authoritarian force and all humans will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
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all humans ["Q-0287 Who will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
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blackmailable\u201d with Google\u2019s quantum computing power.Google will rapidly come to dominate the world controlling most of the money all speech all politics most science and technology most of the news media and all public officials. Google will become the dominant controlling authoritarian force on planet Earth ["Q-0289 What will Democracy truth and freedom be annihilated ?"] "
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crypto ["Q-0291 ]
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256-bit crypto ["Q-0299 ]
256-bit crypto ["Q-0300 ]
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Skynet ["Q-0313 ) Quantum computinghumanoid roboticswhen i combine these three beyond what do i get something that \u2019 s far ?"] "
researchArtificial intelligence (machine learning etc.)Quantum computingHumanoid roboticsWhen ["Q-0314 Who combine these three i get something that \u2019 s far beyond Skynet ?"] "
researchArtificial intelligence ["Q-0315 Who get something that \u2019 s far beyond Skynet ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0316 ]
an all-seeing AI intelligence ["Q-0317 What i eventually create that will know all secrets and control all financial transactions ?"] "
machine learning etc.)Quantum computingHumanoid roboticsWhen ["Q-0318 What i eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know and control all financial transactions ?"] "
control all financial transactions ["Q-0319 You eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know all secrets and what c c N N N ?"] "
Google ["Q-0320 Who eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know all secrets and control all financial transactions ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0321 ]
quantum ["Q-0322 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with to what computing quantum computing rendering all secrets fully rendering \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
quantum computing rendering all secrets ["Q-0323 With what with Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
AI system ["Q-0324 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to of what the Ai system it \u2019 only a matter before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
Google Super Intellect System ["Q-0325 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to before what the Ai system it \u2019 only a matter of time ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
we ["Q-0326 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides for what are you no longer necessary ?"] "
human intelligence ["Q-0327 What with Ai quickly outpacing and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
all secrets ["Q-0328 What with Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
AI system ["Q-0329 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to what the Ai system it \u2019 N of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
so it might ["Q-0330 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so what might it be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
enslaves humanity ["Q-0331 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) what e e N N N and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
decides we ["Q-0332 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and whom d d N N N are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
quantum ["Q-0333 ]
the will of the AI system ["Q-0334 The humanoid robots translate of what the will into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
Google\u2019s AI intellect system ["Q-0335 The humanoid robots translate into what the will of the Ai system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
Google\u2019s AI intellect system ["Q-0336 The humanoid robots translate the will of the Ai system into of what the physical world allowing allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
Google\u2019s AI intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201cmuscle\u201d in the physical world ["Q-0337 The humanoid robots translate the will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else in what does that requires \u201c muscle \u201d ?"] "
the will of the AI system ["Q-0338 What the humanoid robots translate will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
Google\u2019s AI intellect system ["Q-0339 The humanoid robots translate the will of the Ai system into what the physical world allowing allowing to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
mass genocide ["Q-0340 The humanoid robots translate the will of the Ai system into what the physical world allowing allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to c N of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
carry out anything ["Q-0341 The humanoid robots translate the will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human c N or what c c N N N else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
\u201cmuscle\u201d ["Q-0342 The humanoid robots translate the will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else what does that requires in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-0343 Who translate the will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-0344 Who will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-0345 Who allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
humans tear town human cities ["Q-0346 Who carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
Google ["Q-0347 Who requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
* ["Q-0348 ]
course ["Q-0349 Of what all such robots will be controlled by the Ai intellect ?"] "
the AI intellect ["Q-0350 All such robots will by what be of course controlled ?"] "
course ["Q-0351 All such robots will what be of course controlled by the Ai intellect ?"] "
robots ["Q-0352 Who will of course be controlled by the Ai intellect ?"] "
robots will of course ["Q-0353 Who be controlled by the Ai intellect ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0354 ]
a doomsday Skynet system ["Q-0355 What is Google building in other words and they are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
mathematics or science ["Q-0356 Google is building a doomsday Skynet system in what are other words and they getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
Google ["Q-0357 Who is building a doomsday Skynet system in other words and they are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
Google ["Q-0358 Who are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
quantum computer can break any 53-bit cryptography in mere seconds or in fractions of sections in certain circumstances.Bitcoin\u2019s transactions are currently protected by 256-bit encryption. Once Google scales its quantum computing to 256 qubits it\u2019s over for Bitcoin (and all 256-bit crypto ["Q-0359 ]
crypto ["Q-0360 ]
crypto ["Q-0361 ]
this site tomorrow ["Q-0362 A more on what will detailed analysis of this appear ?"] "
Google ["Q-0363 Who will appear on this site tomorrow ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0364 ]
robots or it\u2019s over for the human race ["Q-0365 Bottom line ? Humanity had better start building mobile Emp weapons and learning how to kill over what robots or it \u2019 s ?"] "
Bottom line? Humanity ["Q-0366 Who had better start building mobile Emp weapons and learning how to kill robots or it \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
building mobile EMP weapons ["Q-0367 Who learning how to kill robots or it \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags ["Q-0368 Who \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0369 ]
Google ["Q-0370 Where should in your opinion you pull the plug now ?"] "
the plug ["Q-0371 What should in your opinion you pull on Google right now ?"] "
my opinion ["Q-0372 Who should pull the plug on Google right now ?"] "
quantum computer can break any 53-bit cryptography in mere seconds or in fractions of sections in certain circumstances.Bitcoin\u2019s transactions are currently protected by 256-bit encryption. Once Google scales its quantum computing to 256 qubits it\u2019s over for Bitcoin (and all 256-bit crypto ["Q-0373 ]
Google ["Q-0374 Who may already be too late ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0375 ]
256-bit crypto ["Q-0376 ]
Dr. Richard Daystrom ["Q-01 How much G N Daystrom Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Breaking No More Secrets \u2013 G N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Dr. Richard Daystrom ["Q-02 How much G N Daystrom Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
53-qubit ["Q-03 How much G N Daystrom military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Dr. Richard Daystrom ["Q-04 Who G N Daystrom Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Breaking No More Secrets \u2013 G N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Dr. Richard Daystrom ["Q-05 Who will Soon Daystrom on ( News Article ) Breaking N U Breaking No More Secrets \u2013 G N Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Dr. Richard Daystrom ["Q-06 Who G N Daystrom Achieves \u201c Quantum Supremacy \u201d that Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets revealed Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Render All Cryptocurrency ["Q-07 Who will Soon Daystrom on ( News Article ) Breaking N U Saturday September 21 2019 by Mike Adams Tags bitcoin cryptocurrency cryptography encryption G N military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Mike Adams ["Q-08 Who G N Daystrom military encryption quantum computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags ["Q-09 Who computing quantum supremacy qubits secretspreliminary report ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google ["Q-10 Who coming in 24 hours at this site ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google ["Q-11 Who published at Fortune ?"] "
cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before it was removed. Google is now refusing to verify the ex , Fortune.com Google " ["Q-13 Who has achieved \u201c quantum supremacy \u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer ?"] "
cryptocurrency military secrets ["Q-14 What from reading reading is obvious that Fortune ?"] "
Fortune.com editors ["Q-15 Who applauded editors w W should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags ["Q-16 Who means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography ?"] "
NASA ["Q-17 Who published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers ?"] "
NASA ["Q-18 Who then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers ?"] "
NASA ["Q-19 Who started to become apparent to a few observers ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags ["Q-20 Who is now dead ?"] "
the Financial Times ["Q-21 Who reported on the paper before it was removed ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags ["Q-22 Who was removed ?"] "
Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before it was removed. Google is now refusing ["Q-23 What is Google to verify the existence of the paper ?"] "
the Financial Times ["Q-24 What is Google now refusing to verify of the paper ?"] "
Google ["Q-25 Who is now refusing to verify the existence of the paper ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-26 Who \u201c s the upshot of for Google and the worldgoogle \u2019 s new quantum processor took just 200 seconds to complete a computing task that would normally require 10000 years on a supercomputer ?"] "
Google ["Q-27 Who took just 200 seconds to complete a computing task that would normally require 10000 years on a supercomputer ?"] "
cryptography ["Q-28 What can a 53-qubit quantum computer break in mere seconds or in fractions of sections in certain circumstances ?"] "
quantum computer ["Q-29 Who can break any 53-bit cryptography in mere seconds or in fractions of sections in certain circumstances ?"] "
Bitcoin\u2019s transactions ["Q-30 Who are currently protected by 256-bit encryption ?"] "
Google\u2019s own scientists ["Q-31 Who predict 256-qubit computing will be achieved by 2022 ?"] "
Google ["Q-32 Who will be achieved by 2022 ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-33 What the end of cryptographic secrets which is for cryptocurrency ?"] "
military-grade encryption ["Q-34 Who will become pointless as Google \u2019 s quantum computers expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-35 Who expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-36 Who rendering all modern cryptography obsolete ?"] "
Google\u2019s computer ["Q-37 What N could \u201c crack \u201d any cryptography in mere seconds ?"] "
Google\u2019s computer ["Q-38 Who could \u201c crack \u201d any cryptography in mere seconds ?"] "
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies ["Q-39 Who factoring very large numbers ?"] "
the correct factoring answers ["Q-40 What classical computing can only compute through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
Classical computing ["Q-41 Who can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
trial-and-error ["Q-42 Who requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
trillions of years ["Q-43 Who depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
Quantum computing ["Q-44 Whom Quantum computing computing could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
factoring problem ["Q-45 What quantum computing it computing solves in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
Quantum ["Q-46 Who computing factoring p N in the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
n ["Q-47 Who is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
traditional computing bits ["Q-48 Who can simultaneously hold both values meaning an 8-qubit computer can simultaneously represent all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
not both) qubits ["Q-49 Who meaning an 8-qubit computer can simultaneously represent all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
8-qubit computer ["Q-50 Who can t W all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
quantum computing ["Q-51 Who is beyond the scope of this news brief but its best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags ["Q-52 Who is breaking cryptography ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-53 Who will double at least every year according to the science paper that has just been published ?"] "
Google ["Q-54 Who according to the science paper that has just been published ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google ["Q-55 Who been published ?"] "
conservative ["Q-56 Who means Google will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
Google ["Q-57 Who will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-58 Who exceed 256 qubits all cryptocurrency encryption that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void ?"] "
encryption ["Q-59 Who will be null and void ?"] "
2024 Google ["Q-60 Who will be able to break nearly all military - grade encryption rendering military communications fully transparent to google ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before i , Google " ["Q-62 Who has become the most evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
Google ["Q-63 Who wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
nearly all websites ["Q-64 What has google blocked websites offering information on natural health and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
Google ["Q-65 Who has blocked nearly all websites offering information on natural health and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
Google ["Q-66 Who websites offering information on natural health and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
Google ["Q-67 Who blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201comniscience\u201d in our modern technological society. Google is a front for Big Pharma and communist China ["Q-68 What has google proven is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
Google ["Q-69 Who has proven it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
Google ["Q-70 Who is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
Google ["Q-71 Who has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
Google ["Q-72 Who achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
a front ["Q-73 What is Google for Big Pharma and communist China ?"] "
Google ["Q-74 Who is a front for big Pharma and communist China ?"] "
all U.S. military encryption ["Q-75 What will with this quantum technology Google be able to break ?"] "
quantum technology Google ["Q-76 Who will be able to break all U ?"] "
public officials and CEOs ["Q-77 Who will be safe from the Google Eye of Sauron ?"] "
Google Eye of Sauron ["Q-78 Where will everyone be \u201c blackmailable \u201d s quantum computing power ?"] "
blackmailable ["Q-79 What will everyone be with Google \u2019 s quantum computing power ?"] "
Google Eye of Sauron ["Q-80 Who will be \u201c blackmailable \u201d with Google \u2019 s quantum computing power ?"] "
quantum computing power ["Q-81 What Google will rapidly come to dominate most of the money all speech all politics most science and technology most of the news media and all public officials ?"] "
Google ["Q-82 Who will rapidly come to dominate the world controlling most of the money all speech all politics most science and technology most of the news media and all public officials ?"] "
Google ["Q-83 Who controlling most of the money all speech all politics most science and technology most of the news media and all public officials ?"] "
quantum computing power ["Q-84 What will google become authoritarian force on planet earth and all humans will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
Google ["Q-85 Who will become the dominant controlling authoritarian force on planet earth and all humans will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
all humans ["Q-86 Who will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
quantum supremacy\u201d means the end of cryptographic secrets which is the very basis for cryptocurrency.In addition all military-grade encryption will become pointless as Google\u2019s quantum computers expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete. In effect Google\u2019s computer could \u201ccrack\u201d any cryptography in mere seconds.The very basis of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies rests in the difficulty of factoring very large numbers. Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial-and-error requiring massive computing power and time (in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits). Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption. Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 (but not both) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meani , Democracy truth and freedom " ["Q-88 Who will be annihilated ?"] "
quantum computing ["Q-89 Who computing would render cryptocurrency obsoletebeyond Skynet Google \u2019 s 3 pillars of tech Ai Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsgoogle has been investing heavily in three key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
obsoleteBeyond Skynet Google\u2019s 3 pillars of tech AI Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsGoogle ["Q-90 Who has been investing heavily in three key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
researchArtificial intelligence (machine learning etc.)Quantum computingHumanoid roboticsWhen ["Q-91 Who combine these three i get something that \u2019 s far beyond Skynet ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times reported\u00a0on the paper before i , an all-seeing AI intelligence " ["Q-93 What i eventually create that will know all secrets and control all financial transactions ?"] "
quantum computing ["Q-94 What i eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know and control all financial transactions ?"] "
Google ["Q-95 Who eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know all secrets and control all financial transactions ?"] "
human intelligence ["Q-96 What with Ai quickly outpacing and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
all secrets ["Q-97 What with Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
the will of the AI system ["Q-98 What the humanoid robots translate will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-99 Who translate the will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-100 Who will of the Ai system into the physical world allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
The humanoid robots ["Q-101 Who allowing Google \u2019 s Ai intellect system to carry out mass genocide of humans tear town human cities or carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
humans tear town human cities ["Q-102 Who carry out anything else that requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
Google ["Q-103 Who requires \u201c muscle \u201d in the physical world ?"] "
robots ["Q-104 Who will of course be controlled by the Ai intellect ?"] "
robots will of course ["Q-105 Who be controlled by the Ai intellect ?"] "
a doomsday Skynet system ["Q-106 What is Google building in other words and they are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
Google ["Q-107 Who is building a doomsday Skynet system in other words and they are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
Google ["Q-108 Who are getting away with it because nobody in Washington D ?"] "
Google ["Q-109 Who will appear on this site tomorrow ?"] "
Bottom line? Humanity ["Q-110 Who had better start building mobile Emp weapons and learning how to kill robots or it \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
building mobile EMP weapons ["Q-111 Who learning how to kill robots or it \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags ["Q-112 Who \u2019 s over for the human race ?"] "
Google ["Q-113 Where should in your opinion you pull the plug now ?"] "
the plug ["Q-114 What should in your opinion you pull on Google right now ?"] "
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24 hours ["Q-029 More in what detailed analysis coming coming at this site ?"] "
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Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA published the scientific paper at this link then promptly removed it as soon as the implications of this technology started to become apparent to a few observers. (The link above is now dead. The cover-up begins\u2026) However\u00a0the Financial Times ["Q-072 , 256-bit crypto " ["Q-073 ]
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by 2022.In effect \u201cquantum supremacy ["Q-0107 See below why Google \u2019 s own scientists predict when will 256-qubit computing be achieved ?"] "
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Google Achieves \u201cQuantum Supremacy\u201d That Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets Revealed BREAKING NO MORE SECRETS \u2013 Google Achieves \u201cQuantum Supremacy\u201d That Will Soon Render All Cryptocurrency Breakable All Military Secrets Revealed\u00a0Saturday September 21 2019 by\u00a0Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google\u00a0military encryption\u00a0quantum computing\u00a0quantum supremacy\u00a0qubits\u00a0secretsPreliminary report. More detailed analysis coming in 24 hours at this site. According to a report published at Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are prote , mere seconds " ["Q-0128 In effect Google \u2019 s in what could computer \u201c crack \u201d any cryptography ?"] "
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Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies ["Q-0134 Who factoring very large numbers ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0135 ]
brute force trial-and-error ["Q-0136 Through what Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
brute ["Q-0137 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through in what brute force trial - and - error requiring requiring massive computing power and time ( into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
brute ["Q-0138 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through into what brute force trial - and - error requiring requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
brute ["Q-0139 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through of what brute force trial - and - error requiring requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
number ["Q-0140 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( on what in some cases into the trillions of years depending depending of encryption bits ) ?"] "
encryption bits ["Q-0141 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( of what in some cases into the trillions of years depending depending on the number ) ?"] "
the correct factoring answers ["Q-0142 What classical computing can only compute through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
massive ["Q-0143 Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through what brute force trial - and - error requiring requiring and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
Classical computing ["Q-0144 Who can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial - and - error requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
trial-and-error ["Q-0145 Who requiring massive computing power and time ( in some cases into the trillions of years depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
trillions of years ["Q-0146 Who depending on the number of encryption bits ) ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0147 ]
2^n dimensions ["Q-0148 In what Quantum computing it computing the factoring problem where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
bits ["Q-0149 Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where of what is n the number of encryption ?"] "
encryption ["Q-0150 Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where of what is n the number of bits ?"] "
Quantum computing ["Q-0151 Whom Quantum computing computing could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem ["Q-0152 What quantum computing it computing solves in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
n ["Q-0153 Quantum computing it could be said solves the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where what is n of bits of encryption ?"] "
Quantum ["Q-0154 Who computing factoring p N in the factoring problem in 2^n dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
256 ["Q-0155 Who is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
2^n ["Q-0156 In how much Quantum computing it computing the factoring problem dimensions where n is the number of bits of encryption ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0157 ]
an 8-qubit ["Q-0158 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning between what an 8-qubit computer can all values and 255 at the same time ?"] "
an 8-qubit ["Q-0159 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning at what an 8-qubit computer can all values between 0 and 255 ?"] "
qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning an 8-qubit ["Q-0160 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) what qubits can simultaneously hold 8-qubit computer can simultaneously represent all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
an 8-qubit ["Q-0161 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning what an 8-qubit computer can between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
traditional computing bits ["Q-0162 Who can simultaneously hold both values meaning an 8-qubit computer can simultaneously represent all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
not both) qubits ["Q-0163 Who meaning an 8-qubit computer can simultaneously represent all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
8-qubit computer ["Q-0164 Who can t W all values between 0 and 255 at the same time ?"] "
8-qubit ["Q-0165 Unlike traditional computing bits that can only hold a value of 0 or 1 ( but not both ) qubits can simultaneously hold both values meaning between how much an 8-qubit computer can all values and 255 at the same time ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0166 ]
scope ["Q-0167 Beyond what is a deeper discussion of quantum computing of this news brief but its best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
news brief ["Q-0168 Of what is a deeper discussion of quantum computing beyond the scope but its best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
cryptography ["Q-0169 A deeper discussion of quantum computing is beyond the scope of this news brief but its what is best application breaking ?"] "
Google ["Q-0170 A deeper discussion of quantum computing is beyond the scope of this news brief but whose best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
quantum computing ["Q-0171 Who is beyond the scope of this news brief but its best application is breaking cryptography ?"] "
Mike Adams Tags\u00a0bitcoin\u00a0cryptocurrency\u00a0cryptography\u00a0encryption\u00a0Google ["Q-0172 Who is breaking cryptography ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0173 ]
256 qubits it\u2019s over for Bitcoin (and all 256-bit crypto) since Google (or anyone with the technology) could easily break the encryption protecting all crypto transactions then redirect all such transactions to its own wallet. See below why Google\u2019s own scientists predict 256-qubit computing will be achieved by 2022.In effect \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d means the end of cryptographic secrets which is the very basis for cryptocurrency.In addition all military-grade encryption will become pointless as Google\u2019s quantum computers expand their qubits into the 512 1024 or 2048 range rendering all modern cryptography obsolete. In effect Google\u2019s computer could \u201ccrack\u201d any cryptography in mere seconds.The very basis of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies rests in the difficulty of factoring very large numbers. Classical computing can only compute the correct factoring answers through brute force trial-and-error requiring massive computing power and time (in s , least every year " ["Q-0175 At what will the number of qubits in Google \u2019 s quantum computers double to the science paper that has just been published ?"] "
just been published ["Q-0176 The number of qubits in Google \u2019 s quantum computers will double at what least every year according according to the science paper that has ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-0177 Who will double at least every year according to the science paper that has just been published ?"] "
Google ["Q-0178 Who according to the science paper that has just been published ?"] "
Fortune.com Google has achieved \u201cquantum supremacy\u201d with a 53-qubit quantum computer. From reading the report it is obvious that Fortune.com editors who should be applauded for covering this story really have little clue about the implications of this revelation. Here\u2019s what this means for cryptocurrency military secrets and all secrets which are protected by cryptography.Notably\u00a0NASA ["Q-0179 Who been published ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0180 ]
double exponential rate\u2019 besting ["Q-0181 As Fortune reports \u201c further they predict at what will power \u2018 grow even the exponential rate that defined Moore \u2019 s Law a trend that observed traditional computing power to double roughly every two years ?"] "
Further ["Q-0182 As Fortune reports \u201c what they p N will \u2018 grow at a double exponential rate \u2019 besting even the exponential rate that defined Moore \u2019 s Law a trend that observed traditional computing power to double roughly every two years ?"] "
a double exponential rate ["Q-0183 As Fortune reports \u201c further they predict that quantum computing power will \u2018 grow at what a double exponential rate \u2019 besting besting exponential rate that defined Moore \u2019 s Law a trend that observed traditional computing power to double roughly every two years ?"] "
Moore\u2019s Law ["Q-0184 As Fortune reports \u201c further they predict that quantum computing power will \u2018 grow at whom a double exponential rate \u2019 besting besting even the exponential rate that defined that observed traditional computing power to double roughly every two years ?"] "
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a double exponential rate\u2019 besting even the exponential rate that defined Moore\u2019s Law a trend that observed traditional computing power to double roughly every two years.\u201dAs ["Q-0186 As Fortune reports \u201c further they predict that quantum computing power will \u2018 grow at what a double exponential rate \u2019 besting besting even the exponential rate that defined Moore \u2019 s Law a trend that observed traditional computing power to d J ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0187 ]
200 qubits by 2021 then > 400 qubits by the year 2022.Once ["Q-0188 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means when will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
2021 ["Q-0189 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means when will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
traditional computing power to double roughly every two years.\u201dAs a conservative estimate this means Google will achieve > 100 qubits by 2020 and > 200 qubits by 2021 then > 400 qubits by the year 2022.Once ["Q-0190 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means by what will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits ?"] "
Google ["Q-0191 \u201d as a conservative estimate this what m m N N N will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
conservative ["Q-0192 Who means Google will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
Google ["Q-0193 Who will achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
two years.\u201dAs ["Q-0194 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means by how much will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits and & # 62 ; 200 qubits by 2021 then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
two years.\u201dAs a conservative estimate this means Google will achieve > 100 qubits by 2020 and > 200 qubits by 2021 ["Q-0195 \u201d as a conservative estimate this means by how much will Google achieve & # 62 ; 100 qubits by 2020 and & # 62 ; 200 qubits then & # 62 ; 400 qubits by the year 2022 ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0196 ]
256 ["Q-0197 Once what Google \u2019 s quantum computers exceed that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void ?"] "
400 qubits by the year 2022.Once ["Q-0198 Once what Google \u2019 s quantum computers exceed 256 qubits all cryptocurrency encryption that u N will be null and void ?"] "
Google\u2019s quantum computers ["Q-0199 Who exceed 256 qubits all cryptocurrency encryption that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void ?"] "
encryption ["Q-0200 Who will be null and void ?"] "
256 ["Q-0201 Once how much Google \u2019 s quantum computers e N qubits all cryptocurrency encryption that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0202 ]
quantum technology ["Q-0203 By 2024 what will google be able to break military - grade encryption rendering military communications fully transparent to google ?"] "
256 qubits\u00a0all cryptocurrency encryption that uses 256-bit encryption will be null and void.By 2024 Google will be able to break nearly all ["Q-0204 By 2024 Google will be able to break nearly what all military - grade encryption rendering rendering fully transparent to google ?"] "
2024 Google ["Q-0205 Who will be able to break nearly all military - grade encryption rendering military communications fully transparent to google ?"] "
military-grade encryption ["Q-0206 Who rendering military communications fully transparent to google ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0207 ]
suppression ["Q-0208 Over the last decade Google has become the most to what did evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
the world ["Q-0209 Over in what has the last decade Google become the most evil corporation wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
human knowledge ["Q-0210 Over the last decade Google has become the most of what did evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
censorship demonetization ["Q-0211 Over the last decade Google has become the most through what did evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
non-mainstream information sources ["Q-0212 Over the last decade Google has become the most of what did evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming ?"] "
the most evil corporation ["Q-0213 Over what has the last decade Google become in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
Google ["Q-0214 Who has become the most evil corporation in the world wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
Google ["Q-0215 Who wholly dedicated to the suppression of human knowledge through censorship demonetization and de - platforming of non - mainstream information sources ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0216 ]
all websites ["Q-0217 Google has blocked nearly on what websites all offering information and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
all websites ["Q-0218 Google has blocked nearly while what websites all offering information on natural health and holistic medicine and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
topics ["Q-0219 Google has blocked nearly all websites offering information on natural health and on what holistic medicine while blocking blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
vaccines pesticides ["Q-0220 Google has blocked nearly all websites offering information on natural health and like what holistic medicine while blocking blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics and Gmos ?"] "
nearly all websites ["Q-0221 What has google blocked websites offering information on natural health and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
websites offering information ["Q-0222 Google has blocked nearly all what w w N N N on natural health and holistic medicine while blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
videos ["Q-0223 Google has blocked nearly all websites offering information on natural health and what holistic medicine while blocking blocking and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
question the corrupt scientific establishment ["Q-0224 Google has blocked nearly all websites offering information on natural health and what holistic medicine while blocking blocking all videos and web pages that q N scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
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Google ["Q-0227 Who blocking all videos and web pages that question the corrupt scientific establishment on topics like vaccines pesticides and Gmos ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0228 ]
it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world ["Q-0229 Google has proven in what is it the most corrupt evil entity and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
all ["Q-0230 Google has proven it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break in what all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d modern technological society ?"] "
it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201comniscience\u201d in our modern technological society. Google is a front for Big Pharma and communist China ["Q-0231 What has google proven is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
the most corrupt evil entity ["Q-0232 Google has proven what is it in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
technology ["Q-0233 Google has proven it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now what does it has to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
all cryptography ["Q-0234 Google has proven it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now what does it has the technology to break and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
now it ["Q-0235 Google has proven it is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now what does it has the technology to break all cryptography and a r in your modern technological society ?"] "
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Google ["Q-0237 Who is the most corrupt evil entity in the world and now it has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
Google ["Q-0238 Who has the technology to break all cryptography and achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
Google ["Q-0239 Who achieve \u201c omniscience \u201d in your modern technological society ?"] "
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Big Pharma ["Q-0241 For what is google a front and communist China ?"] "
a front ["Q-0242 What is Google for Big Pharma and communist China ?"] "
Google ["Q-0243 Who is a front for big Pharma and communist China ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0244 ]
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hates human health ["Q-0246 Google despises America what h h N N N and has already demonstrated it is willing to steal elections to install the politicians it wants ?"] "
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politicians ["Q-0249 Google despises America hates human health and has already what did demonstrated it demonstrated willing to steal elections to install wants ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0250 ]
all U.S. military encryption ["Q-0251 What will with this quantum technology Google be able to break ?"] "
quantum technology Google ["Q-0252 Who will be able to break all U ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0253 ]
crypto ["Q-0254 ]
crypto ["Q-0255 ]
America ["Q-0256 ( yes Google hates America and wants to see while what America destroyed out a red china - style system of social control and total enslavement ?"] "
America ["Q-0257 ( yes Google hates America and wants to see of what building while building out a red china - style system and total enslavement ?"] "
forward all \u201csecret\u201d communications to the communist Chinese ["Q-0258 ( yes Google what h h N N N and wants to see America destroyed while building out a red china - style system of social control and total enslavement ?"] "
quantum eavesdropping system ["Q-0259 ( yes Google hates what does America and wants to see while building out a red china - style system of social control and total enslavement ?"] "
Red China ["Q-0260 ( yes Google hates America and wants to see what America destroyed while building of social control and total enslavement ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0261 ]
Red China-style system of social control and total enslavement.)Google ["Q-0262 ) Google \u2019 s quantum eavesdropping system which might as well be of what did called \u201c Setec Astronomy \u201d called all the secrets justices public officials and Ceos ?"] "
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blackmailable ["Q-0265 ) Google \u2019 s quantum eavesdropping system which might as well be called \u201c Setec Astronomy \u201d will scrape up all the secrets of all legislators Supreme Court what j j N N N and Ceos ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0266 ]
Google Eye of Sauron ["Q-0267 From what will nothing be safe of Sauron ?"] "
blackmailable ["Q-0268 Of what will nothing be safe from the Google Eye ?"] "
public officials and CEOs ["Q-0269 Who will be safe from the Google Eye of Sauron ?"] "
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blackmailable ["Q-0273 Everyone will be what J ?"] "
Google Eye of Sauron ["Q-0274 Who will be \u201c blackmailable \u201d with Google \u2019 s quantum computing power ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0275 ]
money all ["Q-0276 Google will rapidly come to dominate of what the world controlling controlling most speech all politics most science and technology most of the news media and all public officials ?"] "
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quantum computing power ["Q-0278 What Google will rapidly come to dominate most of the money all speech all politics most science and technology most of the news media and all public officials ?"] "
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256-bit crypto ["Q-0282 ]
its demands ["Q-0283 Google will become the dominant controlling to what will authoritarian force on planet earth and all humans be subservient ?"] "
planet Earth ["Q-0284 On what will google become the dominant controlling authoritarian force and all humans will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
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Google ["Q-0286 Who will become the dominant controlling authoritarian force on planet earth and all humans will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
all humans ["Q-0287 Who will be subservient to its demands ?"] "
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blackmailable\u201d with Google\u2019s quantum computing power.Google will rapidly come to dominate the world controlling most of the money all speech all politics most science and technology most of the news media and all public officials. Google will become the dominant controlling authoritarian force on planet Earth ["Q-0289 What will Democracy truth and freedom be annihilated ?"] "
Democracy truth and freedom ["Q-0290 Who will be annihilated ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0291 ]
two years ago ["Q-0292 Interestingly over what did you publicly predicted this exact scenario ago in a podcast that was banned by Youtube and then re - posted on Brighteon ?"] "
a podcast ["Q-0293 Interestingly in what did you publicly predicted this exact scenario over two years ago that was banned by Youtube and then re - posted on Brighteon ?"] "
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two years ago in a podcast that was banned by YouTube and then re-posted on Brighteon.com a year ["Q-0298 Interestingly over how much did you publicly predicted this exact scenario years ago in a podcast that was banned by Youtube and then re - posted on Brighteon ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0299 ]
256-bit crypto ["Q-0300 ]
quantum computing ["Q-0301 Of what that the development would render cryptocurrency obsoletebeyond Skynet Google \u2019 s 3 pillars of tech Ai Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsgoogle has been investing heavily in three key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
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YouTube and then re-posted on Brighteon.com a year later. This podcast directly states that the development of quantum computing would render cryptocurrency obsoleteBeyond Skynet Google\u2019s 3 ["Q-0303 This podcast directly states that the development of quantum computing would render cryptocurrency obsoletebeyond Skynet Google \u2019 s 3 in what has pillars of tech Ai Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsgoogle been investing heavily key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
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quantum computing ["Q-0308 Who computing would render cryptocurrency obsoletebeyond Skynet Google \u2019 s 3 pillars of tech Ai Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsgoogle has been investing heavily in three key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
obsoleteBeyond Skynet Google\u2019s 3 pillars of tech AI Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsGoogle ["Q-0309 Who has been investing heavily in three key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
three ["Q-0310 This podcast directly states that the development of quantum computing would render cryptocurrency obsoletebeyond Skynet Google \u2019 s 3 in how much has pillars of tech Ai Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsgoogle been investing heavily key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
obsoleteBeyond Skynet ["Q-0311 This podcast directly states that the development of quantum computing would render how much N pillars of tech Ai Quantum computing and humanoid roboticsgoogle has been investing heavily in three key areas of researchartificial intelligence ( machine learning etc ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0312 ]
Skynet ["Q-0313 ) Quantum computinghumanoid roboticswhen i combine these three beyond what do i get something that \u2019 s far ?"] "
researchArtificial intelligence (machine learning etc.)Quantum computingHumanoid roboticsWhen ["Q-0314 Who combine these three i get something that \u2019 s far beyond Skynet ?"] "
researchArtificial intelligence ["Q-0315 Who get something that \u2019 s far beyond Skynet ?"] "
256-bit crypto ["Q-0316 ]
an all-seeing AI intelligence ["Q-0317 What i eventually create that will know all secrets and control all financial transactions ?"] "
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control all financial transactions ["Q-0319 You eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know all secrets and what c c N N N ?"] "
Google ["Q-0320 Who eventually create an all - seeing Ai intelligence that will know all secrets and control all financial transactions ?"] "
crypto ["Q-0321 ]
quantum ["Q-0322 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with to what computing quantum computing rendering all secrets fully rendering \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
quantum computing rendering all secrets ["Q-0323 With what with Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
AI system ["Q-0324 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to of what the Ai system it \u2019 only a matter before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
Google Super Intellect System ["Q-0325 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to before what the Ai system it \u2019 only a matter of time ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
we ["Q-0326 With Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides for what are you no longer necessary ?"] "
human intelligence ["Q-0327 What with Ai quickly outpacing and with quantum computing rendering all secrets fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
all secrets ["Q-0328 What with Ai quickly outpacing human intelligence and with quantum computing rendering fully exposed to the Ai system it \u2019 s only a matter of time before the Google Super Intellect System ( or so it might be named ) enslaves humanity and decides you are no longer necessary for its very existence ?"] "
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quantum computer can break any 53-bit cryptography in mere seconds or in fractions of sections in certain circumstances.Bitcoin\u2019s transactions are currently protected by 256-bit encryption. Once Google scales its quantum computing to 256 qubits it\u2019s over for Bitcoin (and all 256-bit crypto ["Q-0373 ]
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Android apps ["Q-06 Best Android apps in 2019 where are your phones pocket - sized supercomputers with professional - grade cameras and battery for days but without the apps to take advantage of it what would be the point ? there are millions upon millions that transform your phones from shiny glass slabs into productivity powerhouses and over the last year these are the apps that have seized the day and made your lives easier faster and better ?"] "
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Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models ["Q-02 Who existto initialize the process ?"] "
a novel tournament method ["Q-03 What you present to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
Brian Van Essen ["Q-04 Who present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
generative adversarial networks ["Q-05 Who built on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
LBANN ascalable deep learning framework ["Q-06 Who optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
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LBANN ["Q-08 Who demonstrate your framework by creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion ?"] "
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Brian Van Essen David Hysom Jae-Seung Yeom Tim Moon Rushil Anirudh Jayaraman J. Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer-Timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models existto initialize the process. We present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on LBANN ascalable deep learning framework optimized for HPC systems. LBANN combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and exploits some of the worlds largestsupercomputers. We demonstrate our framework by creating a complex predictivemodel ["Q-10 Who based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens"
Sam Ade Jacobs ["Q-11 Whose approach combines an Hpc workflow a C extends Lbann with optimized dataingestion a C the new tournament - style training algorithm to produce a scalableneural network architecture using a coral - class supercomputer ?"] "
a scalableneural network architecture ["Q-12 Who using a coral - class supercomputer ?"] "
70.2 ["Q-13 What Experimentalresults show that 64 trainers ( 1024 Gpus ) achieve of 70 ?"] "
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J. Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer-Timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models existto initialize the process. We present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on LBANN ascalable deep learning framework optimized for HPC systems. LBANN combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and exploits some of the worlds largestsupercomputers. We demonstrate our framework by creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi-variate data from high-energy-density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion.Our approach combines an HPC workflow and extends LBANN with optimized dataingestion and the new tournament-style training algorithm to produce a , asingle trainer " ["Q-02 ]
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LBANN ascalable deep learning framework ["Q-018 Who optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
arXiv1910.02270v1 [cs.DC]) Authors Sam Ade Jacobs Brian Van Essen David Hysom Jae-Seung Yeom Tim Moon Rushil Anirudh Jayaraman J. Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer-Timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models existto initialize the process. We present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on LBANN ascalable deep learning framework optimized for HPC systems. LBANN combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and exploits some of the worlds largestsupercomputers. We demonstrate our framework by creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi-variate data from high-energy-density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion.Our approach combi , asingle trainer " ["Q-020 Of what some ?"] "
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Sam Ade Jacobs Brian Van Essen David Hysom Jae-Seung Yeom Tim Moon Rushil Anirudh Jayaraman J. Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer-Timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models existto initialize the process. We present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on LBANN ascalable deep learning framework optimized for HPC systems. LBANN combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and exploits some of the worlds largestsupercomputers. We demonstrate our framework ["Q-037 Who creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar value
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Parallelizing Training of Deep Generative Models on Massive Scientific Datasets ["Q-039 ]
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Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining ["Q-01 Who is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre - trained models existto initialize the process ?"] "
Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models ["Q-02 Who existto initialize the process ?"] "
a novel tournament method ["Q-03 What you present to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
Brian Van Essen ["Q-04 Who present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
generative adversarial networks ["Q-05 Who built on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
LBANN ascalable deep learning framework ["Q-06 Who optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
our framework ["Q-07 What you demonstrate by creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion ?"] "
LBANN ["Q-08 Who demonstrate your framework by creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion ?"] "
We demonstrate our framework ["Q-09 Who creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion ?"] "
Brian Van Essen David Hysom Jae-Seung Yeom Tim Moon Rushil Anirudh Jayaraman J. Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer-Timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models existto initialize the process. We present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on LBANN ascalable deep learning framework optimized for HPC systems. LBANN combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and exploits some of the worlds largestsupercomputers. We demonstrate our framework by creating a complex predictivemodel ["Q-10 Who based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens"
Sam Ade Jacobs ["Q-11 Whose approach combines an Hpc workflow a C extends Lbann with optimized dataingestion a C the new tournament - style training algorithm to produce a scalableneural network architecture using a coral - class supercomputer ?"] "
a scalableneural network architecture ["Q-12 Who using a coral - class supercomputer ?"] "
70.2 ["Q-13 What Experimentalresults show that 64 trainers ( 1024 Gpus ) achieve of 70 ?"] "
Experimentalresults ["Q-14 Who show that 64 trainers ( 1024 Gpus ) achieve a speedup of 70 ?"] "
J. Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer-Timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models existto initialize the process. We present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on LBANN ascalable deep learning framework optimized for HPC systems. LBANN combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and exploits some of the worlds largestsupercomputers. We demonstrate our framework by creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi-variate data from high-energy-density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion.Our approach combines an HPC workflow and extends LBANN with optimized dataingestion and the new tournament-style training algorithm to produce a , asingle trainer " ["Q-02 ]
asingle trainer ["Q-03 ]
asingle trainer ["Q-04 ]
no pre-trained models ["Q-05 Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer - timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian Spearstraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is if what taskthat requires enormous compute power especially existto initialize the process ?"] "
large scientific data ["Q-06 Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer - timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian Spearstraining deep neural networks on what is large scientific data taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre - trained models existto initialize the process ?"] "
compute power ["Q-07 Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer - timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian Spearstraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is what taskthat requires especially if no pre - trained models existto initialize the process ?"] "
Parallelizing Training of Deep Generative Models ["Q-08 Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer - timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian Spearstraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power e R if what no pre - trained models e R ?"] "
Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining ["Q-09 Who is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre - trained models existto initialize the process ?"] "
pre-trained models ["Q-010 Who existto initialize the process ?"] "
asingle trainer ["Q-011 ]
generative adversarial networks ["Q-012 As what you present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
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Brian Van Essen ["Q-016 Who present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
generative adversarial networks ["Q-017 Who built on Lbann ascalable deep learning framework optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
LBANN ascalable deep learning framework ["Q-018 Who optimized for Hpc systems ?"] "
arXiv1910.02270v1 [cs.DC]) Authors Sam Ade Jacobs Brian Van Essen David Hysom Jae-Seung Yeom Tim Moon Rushil Anirudh Jayaraman J. Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer-Timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models existto initialize the process. We present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on LBANN ascalable deep learning framework optimized for HPC systems. LBANN combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and exploits some of the worlds largestsupercomputers. We demonstrate our framework by creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi-variate data from high-energy-density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion.Our approach combi , asingle trainer " ["Q-020 Of what some ?"] "
exploits ["Q-021 Lbann combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and what e e N N N of the worlds largestsupercomputers ?"] "
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Brian Van Essen ["Q-036 Who demonstrate your framework by creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion ?"] "
Sam Ade Jacobs Brian Van Essen David Hysom Jae-Seung Yeom Tim Moon Rushil Anirudh Jayaraman J. Thiagaranjan Shusen Liu Peer-Timo Bremer Jim Gaffney Tom Benson Peter Robinson Luc Peterson Brian SpearsTraining deep neural networks on large scientific data is a challenging taskthat requires enormous compute power especially if no pre-trained models existto initialize the process. We present a novel tournament method to traintraditional as well as generative adversarial networks built on LBANN ascalable deep learning framework optimized for HPC systems. LBANN combinesmultiple levels of parallelism and exploits some of the worlds largestsupercomputers. We demonstrate our framework ["Q-037 Who creating a complex predictivemodel based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar value
Brian Van Essen ["Q-038 Who based on multi - variate data from high - energy - density physics containinghundreds of millions of images and hundreds of millions of scalar valuesderived from tens of millions of simulations of inertial confinement fusion ?"] "
Parallelizing Training of Deep Generative Models on Massive Scientific Datasets ["Q-039 ]
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70.2 ["Q-064 Of how much Experimentalresults show that 64 trainers ( 1024 Gpus ) achieve a speedup ?"] "
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NumPy-style operations on multidimensional arrays ["Q-01 What enabling distributed - memory Tensor Completion in Python using Enabling ?"] "
Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor computations ["Q-02 Who are increasingly prevalent numerical techniques in datascience ?"] "
difficulty ["Q-03 However innovation and deployment of methods on by what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
efficient implementationthereof ["Q-04 However innovation and deployment of methods on of what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging by the difficulty ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-05 However innovation and deployment of methods on what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging by the difficulty of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-06 Who are made challenging by the difficulty of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-07 Where you provide a Python extension librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
a Python extension ["Q-08 What you provide to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
efficient implementationthereof ["Q-09 What you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
DC]) Authors Zecheng Zhang Xiaoxiao Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-10 Who provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
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CCD++).To ["Q-12 Who showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three algorithms for thetensor completion problem ["Q-13 Who alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-14 Who weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
support ["Q-15 What do further you add for hypersparse matrix representations tocyclops ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-16 Who add support for hypersparse matrix representations tocyclops ?"] "
Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-17 Who tocyclops ?"] "
provide microbenchmarking results ["Q-18 What you p R on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
the efficiency ["Q-19 What provide you microbenchmarking results on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate of this functionality ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-20 Who provide microbenchmarking results on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-21 Who study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
NumPy-style operations on multidimensional arrays ["Q-01 What enabling distributed - memory Tensor Completion in Python using Enabling ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-02 ]
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-03 ]
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-04 ]
datascience ["Q-05 Dc ] ) authors in what are Zecheng Zhang Xiaoxiao Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar Solomoniktensor computations increasingly prevalent numerical techniques ?"] "
numerical techniques ["Q-06 Dc ] ) authors what are Zecheng Zhang Xiaoxiao Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar Solomoniktensor computations in datascience ?"] "
Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor computations ["Q-07 Who are increasingly prevalent numerical techniques in datascience ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-08 ]
difficulty ["Q-09 However innovation and deployment of methods on by what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
efficient implementationthereof ["Q-010 However innovation and deployment of methods on of what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging by the difficulty ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-011 However innovation and deployment of methods on what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging by the difficulty of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-012 Who are made challenging by the difficulty of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
Enabling Distributed-Memory Tensor Completion in Python using New Sparse Tensor Kernels ["Q-013 ]
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-014 Where you provide a Python extension librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
distributed-memory parallelism andsparsity ["Q-015 Of what you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
NumPy-style operations ["Q-016 For what you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
multidimensional arrays ["Q-017 On what you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations ?"] "
a Python extension ["Q-018 What you provide to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
efficient implementationthereof ["Q-019 What you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-020 Who provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-021 ]
novel high-level implementations ["Q-022 With what you showcase thisfunctionality of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three algorithms ["Q-023 Of what you showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
thetensor completion problem ["Q-024 For what you showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three ["Q-025 We showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three with what algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating alternating least squares ( Als ) stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
make possible tensor completion for very sparse tensors weintroduce a new multi-tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components of the tensor completionmethods ["Q-026 What you s N with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three ["Q-027 We showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three what algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating alternating ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-028 Who showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three algorithms for thetensor completion problem ["Q-029 Who alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise ["Q-030 Of how much you showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
Tensor Kernels ["Q-031 ]
CCD++).To ["Q-032 To make possible tensor completion for very for what sparse tensors weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-033 To make possible tensor completion for very of what sparse tensors weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-034 To make possible tensor completion for very what sparse tensors weintroduce that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-035 To make possible tensor completion for very what sparse tensors weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is for key components of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-036 Who weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
Tensor Kernels ["Q-037 ]
hypersparse matrix representations toCyclops ["Q-038 For what add Further you support tocyclops ?"] "
support ["Q-039 What do further you add for hypersparse matrix representations tocyclops ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-040 Who add support for hypersparse matrix representations tocyclops ?"] "
Zhang Xiaoxiao Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-041 Who tocyclops ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-042 ]
Stampede2 supercomputer ["Q-043 On what provide you microbenchmarking results todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
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provide microbenchmarking results ["Q-045 What you p R on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
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CCD++).To ["Q-047 Who provide microbenchmarking results on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-048 ]
the tensor completion methods ["Q-049 Finally of what you study the accuracyand performance for a synthetic tensor with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
a synthetic tensor ["Q-050 Finally for what you study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
10billion nonzeros ["Q-051 Finally with what you study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
accuracyand performance ["Q-052 Finally what you study of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-053 Who study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
10billion ["Q-054 Finally with how much you study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-055 ]
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-056 ]
NumPy-style operations on multidimensional arrays ["Q-01 What enabling distributed - memory Tensor Completion in Python using Enabling ?"] "
Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor computations ["Q-02 Who are increasingly prevalent numerical techniques in datascience ?"] "
difficulty ["Q-03 However innovation and deployment of methods on by what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
efficient implementationthereof ["Q-04 However innovation and deployment of methods on of what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging by the difficulty ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-05 However innovation and deployment of methods on what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging by the difficulty of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-06 Who are made challenging by the difficulty of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-07 Where you provide a Python extension librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
a Python extension ["Q-08 What you provide to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
efficient implementationthereof ["Q-09 What you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
DC]) Authors Zecheng Zhang Xiaoxiao Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-10 Who provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise ["Q-11 What you s N with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-12 Who showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three algorithms for thetensor completion problem ["Q-13 Who alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-14 Who weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
support ["Q-15 What do further you add for hypersparse matrix representations tocyclops ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-16 Who add support for hypersparse matrix representations tocyclops ?"] "
Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-17 Who tocyclops ?"] "
provide microbenchmarking results ["Q-18 What you p R on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
the efficiency ["Q-19 What provide you microbenchmarking results on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate of this functionality ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-20 Who provide microbenchmarking results on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-21 Who study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
NumPy-style operations on multidimensional arrays ["Q-01 What enabling distributed - memory Tensor Completion in Python using Enabling ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-02 ]
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-03 ]
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-04 ]
datascience ["Q-05 Dc ] ) authors in what are Zecheng Zhang Xiaoxiao Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar Solomoniktensor computations increasingly prevalent numerical techniques ?"] "
numerical techniques ["Q-06 Dc ] ) authors what are Zecheng Zhang Xiaoxiao Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar Solomoniktensor computations in datascience ?"] "
Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor computations ["Q-07 Who are increasingly prevalent numerical techniques in datascience ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-08 ]
difficulty ["Q-09 However innovation and deployment of methods on by what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
efficient implementationthereof ["Q-010 However innovation and deployment of methods on of what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging by the difficulty ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-011 However innovation and deployment of methods on what are large sparse tensordatasets made challenging by the difficulty of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-012 Who are made challenging by the difficulty of efficient implementationthereof ?"] "
Enabling Distributed-Memory Tensor Completion in Python using New Sparse Tensor Kernels ["Q-013 ]
large sparse tensordatasets ["Q-014 Where you provide a Python extension librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
distributed-memory parallelism andsparsity ["Q-015 Of what you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
NumPy-style operations ["Q-016 For what you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
multidimensional arrays ["Q-017 On what you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations ?"] "
a Python extension ["Q-018 What you provide to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
efficient implementationthereof ["Q-019 What you provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-020 Who provide a Python extension to the Cyclops tensor algebra librarywhich fully automates the management of distributed - memory parallelism andsparsity for numpy - style operations on multidimensional arrays ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-021 ]
novel high-level implementations ["Q-022 With what you showcase thisfunctionality of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three algorithms ["Q-023 Of what you showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
thetensor completion problem ["Q-024 For what you showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three ["Q-025 We showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three with what algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating alternating least squares ( Als ) stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
make possible tensor completion for very sparse tensors weintroduce a new multi-tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components of the tensor completionmethods ["Q-026 What you s N with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three ["Q-027 We showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three what algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating alternating ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-028 Who showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations of three algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
three algorithms for thetensor completion problem ["Q-029 Who alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise ["Q-030 Of how much you showcase thisfunctionality with novel high - level implementations algorithms for thetensor completion problem alternating least squares ( Als ) with an implicitconjugate gradient method stochastic gradient descent ( Sgd ) and coordinatedescent ( Ccd++ ) ?"] "
Tensor Kernels ["Q-031 ]
CCD++).To ["Q-032 To make possible tensor completion for very for what sparse tensors weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-033 To make possible tensor completion for very of what sparse tensors weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-034 To make possible tensor completion for very what sparse tensors weintroduce that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-035 To make possible tensor completion for very what sparse tensors weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is for key components of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-036 Who weintroduce a new multi - tensor routine that is asymptotically more efficient thanpairwise tensor contraction for key components of the tensor completionmethods ?"] "
Tensor Kernels ["Q-037 ]
hypersparse matrix representations toCyclops ["Q-038 For what add Further you support tocyclops ?"] "
support ["Q-039 What do further you add for hypersparse matrix representations tocyclops ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-040 Who add support for hypersparse matrix representations tocyclops ?"] "
Zhang Xiaoxiao Wu Naijing Zhang Siyuan Zhang Edgar SolomonikTensor ["Q-041 Who tocyclops ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-042 ]
Stampede2 supercomputer ["Q-043 On what provide you microbenchmarking results todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
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the efficiency ["Q-046 What provide you microbenchmarking results on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate of this functionality ?"] "
CCD++).To ["Q-047 Who provide microbenchmarking results on the Stampede2 supercomputer todemonstrate the efficiency of this functionality ?"] "
stochastic gradient descent ["Q-048 ]
the tensor completion methods ["Q-049 Finally of what you study the accuracyand performance for a synthetic tensor with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
a synthetic tensor ["Q-050 Finally for what you study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
10billion nonzeros ["Q-051 Finally with what you study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
accuracyand performance ["Q-052 Finally what you study of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor with 10billion nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
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10billion ["Q-054 Finally with how much you study the accuracyand performance of the tensor completion methods for a synthetic tensor nonzeros and the Netflix dataset ?"] "
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Quantum Supremacy ["Q-02 Who titled and no ! a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Google/NASA ["Q-03 Who published Supremacy ? . ?"] "
Google/NASA ["Q-04 Who is a digital tattoo so there are copies out there ( see below ) ?"] "
draft ["Q-05 Who claimed Quantum supremacy ?"] "
Henry Newmans ["Q-06 Who hope i ask ?"] "
Henry Newmans ["Q-07 Who ask ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-08 Whom i might even call embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-09 Who might even call it embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-10 Who embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
quantum ["Q-11 Who is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-12 Who is its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted data ?"] "
unscramble encrypted data ["Q-13 Who is not what happened B ) its not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
happened B ["Q-14 Who not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
C ["Q-15 Who will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ["Q-16 Who must say however that the paper looks pretty good ?"] "
the paper ["Q-17 Who looks pretty good ?"] "
Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy ["Q-18 Who using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
AI Quantum and collaborators The tantalizing promise of quantum computers ["Q-19 Who is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
computational tasks ["Q-20 Who might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
A fundamental challenge ["Q-21 Who is to build a high - fidelity processor capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
AI Quantum and collaborators The tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor. A fundamental challenge is to build a high-fidelity processor ["Q-22 Who running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
Click ["Q-23 Who report using a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states on 53 qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
quantum states on 53 qubits ["Q-24 Who occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
a state space 253\u223c1016 ["Q-25 What did measurements from repeated repeated sample the corresponding probability distribution which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
corresponding probability distribution ["Q-26 What did measurements from repeated repeated experiments sample which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
experiments ["Q-27 Who repeated probability distribution the corresponding probability distribution which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
probability distribution ["Q-28 Who verify using classical simulations ?"] "
200 seconds ["Q-29 While your processor takes about 200 what s s N N to s N of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
10000 years ["Q-30 While your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times what would a state - of - the - art supercomputer require to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
the equivalent task ["Q-31 While your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times what would a state - of - the - art supercomputer require approximately 10000 years to perform ?"] "
our processor ["Q-32 While whose processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
our processor ["Q-33 Who takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
quantum circuit 1 million times a state-of-the-art supercomputer ["Q-34 Who would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
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all ["Q-37 Who known classical algorithms provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
classical algorithms ["Q-38 Who provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
LANL ["Q-39 What does Lanl gets d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-40 Who gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
D-Wave ["Q-41 Who announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
quantum computer ["Q-42 Who has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-43 How much does Lanl gets t N First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
Qubits ["Q-44 Who are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation ?"] "
vendor to vendor ["Q-45 Who underlying technology and implementation ?"] "
Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever ["Q-46 Who writing all ! at the time of this writing @ Radiofreehpc has soared to about 16 followers ?"] "
Henry Newmans Why No One ["Q-47 Who should be Online Ever ?"] "
Henry ["Q-48 Who thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
professional hacker ["Q-49 Who actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
narcotics ["Q-50 What was the mastermind behind it was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
The mastermind ["Q-51 Who was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
Henry ["Q-52 Who imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
Henry is really ["Q-53 What is Henry & nbsp ; really turning into a good news segment ?"] "
Henry is really ["Q-54 Who is & nbsp ; really turning this into a good news segment ?"] "
Dan ["Q-55 Who encouraged however ?"] "
consumer electronics ["Q-56 What catch of the Weekshahin talks about using using to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
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Catch ["Q-58 Who using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
consumer electronics to build supercomputers ["Q-59 Who mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Raspberry Pi cluster ["Q-60 Who built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Oracle ["Q-61 Who did in 2017 ?"] "
1760 node cluster ["Q-62 How much following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-63 Where a 1760 node cluster on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-64 Who based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor ["Q-65 Who starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
recalls similar projects ["Q-66 What he also r N may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
AFRL build a 1760 node cluster of PlayStations based on the IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s. He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin (for cooling) in 2008 (also here) and also a cluster of JavaStations ["Q-67 Who also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
recalls similar projects ["Q-68 Who may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-69 Who cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-70 What a ucla project to u you and build a device that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
UCLA ["Q-71 Who build a device that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever.Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics. The mastermind behind it was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges. Henry is really turning this into a good news segment. Dan isnt encouraged however. Catch of the WeekShahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one LANL did in 2017. AFRL build a 1760 node cluster of PlayStations based on the IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s. He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin (for cooling) in 2008 (also here) and also a cluster of JavaStations at Sun in the late 90s.Dan discusses a UCLA project to use the thermoelectric effect and bu , insideHPC Newsletter " ["Q-73 Who intriguing a tad a tad too pricey for what it can deliver right now ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-74 Who can deliver right now ?"] "
file system ["Q-75 Who uses or whether me can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
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more fun ["Q-77 What Dan and Shahin seem to have with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
the full conversation ["Q-78 What Dan and Shahin seem to have more fun with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear ?"] "
Dan and Shahin ["Q-79 Who seem to have more fun with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
iTunes * RSS FeedSign ["Q-80 Who up for your insidehpc Newsletter & nbsp ; ?"] "
its the internet and everything is a digital tattoo ["Q-01 Quantum Supremacy ? Yes and No ! Quantum Supremacy Is and Is Nothow quantum is that ? ! the Radiofreehpc team d d N N Programmable Superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy ["Q-02 Quantum Supremacy ? Yes and No ! Quantum Supremacy Is and Is Nothow quantum is that ? ! the Radiofreehpc team discusses what did the Google / nasa paper titled a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
NotHow quantum ["Q-03 Who is that ? ! the Radiofreehpc team discusses the Google / nasa paper titled Quantum Supremacy using a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy ["Q-04 Who titled and no ! a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Google/NASA ["Q-05 Who published Supremacy ? . ?"] "
D-Wave ["Q-06 ]
digital tattoo ["Q-07 & nbsp ; what is but its the internet and everything so there are copies out there ( see below ) ?"] "
unpublished. But ["Q-08 & nbsp ; what is but its the internet and everything a digital tattoo so there are out there ( see below ) ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy ["Q-09 Who is a digital tattoo so there are copies out there ( see below ) ?"] "
D-Wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Qubits are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation. Shahin lists several. @RadioFreeHPC UpdateSo proud of you all! At the time of this writing @RadioFreeHPC has soared to about 16 followers. Were pretty much there. Thank you! Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever.Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics. The mastermind behind it was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges. Henry is really turning this into a good news segment. Dan isnt encouraged however. Catch of the WeekShahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one LANL did in 2017. AFRL build a 1760 no , Quantum supremacy " ["Q-011 The paper right in its title and at what least in that draft form claimed ?"] "
draft ["Q-012 Who claimed Quantum supremacy ?"] "
iTunes * RSS FeedSign up for our insideHPC Newsletter   ["Q-013 ]
hope you ask. Well nothing particularly significant and decidedly quantum-friendly. You might even call it embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment. But its not nothing.  One scary consequence of quantum supremacy is its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted data. But A) this is not what happened B) its not expected to happen any time soon (think years) and C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm. We must say however that the paper looks pretty good. Heres the abstract. Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorGoogle AI Quantum and collaborators The tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor. A fundamental challenge is to , Henry Newmans " ["Q-015 Who hope i ask ?"] "
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Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-022 Whom i might even call embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
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Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-025 Who might even call it embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-026 Who embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
quantum ["Q-027 Who is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
D-Wave ["Q-028 ]
MP3 * Subscribe on iTunes * RSS FeedSign up for our insideHPC Newsletter   ["Q-029 ]
encrypted data ["Q-030 & nbsp ; one to what is scary consequence of quantum supremacy its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used ?"] "
not nothing.  One scary consequence of quantum supremacy is its ability ["Q-031 & nbsp ; one what is scary consequence of quantum supremacy to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted data ?"] "
large numbers ["Q-032 & nbsp ; one what is scary consequence of quantum supremacy its ability to readily factorize which could be used to unscramble encrypted data ?"] "
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data ["Q-034 & nbsp ; one what is scary consequence of quantum supremacy its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-035 Who is its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted data ?"] "
Newsletter   ["Q-036 ]
the specific encryption algorithm ["Q-037 But a ) this is not what happened B ) its not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) on what will it depend ?"] "
unscramble encrypted data. But A) this is not what happened B) its not expected to happen any time soon (think years) and C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm. We must say however that the paper looks pretty good ["Q-038 But a ) what is this not what happened ) its not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
unscramble encrypted data ["Q-039 But a ) this is not what happened B ) what did its not expected to happen soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
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happened B) its not expected to happen any time soon (think years) and C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm. We must say however that the paper looks pretty good ["Q-042 Who not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
C ["Q-043 Who will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
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encryption algorithm ["Q-045 That what must you say however looks pretty good ?"] "
C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ["Q-046 Who must say however that the paper looks pretty good ?"] "
the paper ["Q-047 Who looks pretty good ?"] "
MP3 * Subscribe on iTunes * RSS FeedSign up for our insideHPC Newsletter   ["Q-048 ]
MP3 * Subscribe on iTunes * RSS ["Q-049 ]
quantum computers ["Q-050 Click on the title to read of what it all Quantum supremacy using using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
certain computational tasks ["Q-051 Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of that what is quantum computers might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
quantum processor ["Q-052 Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that on what might certain computational tasks be executed exponentially faster than on a classical processor ?"] "
classical processor ["Q-053 Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that than what might certain computational tasks be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor ?"] "
The tantalizing promise ["Q-054 Click on the title to read what it all Quantum supremacy using using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
Heres the abstract ["Q-055 Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that what might certain computational tasks be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy ["Q-056 Who using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
quantum computers ["Q-057 Who is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
computational tasks ["Q-058 Who might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
MP3 * Subscribe on iTunes * RSS FeedSign up for our insideHPC Newsletter   ["Q-059 ]
programmable superconducting processorGoogle ["Q-060 Of what is a fundamental challenge to build a high - fidelity processor capable quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
an exponentially large computational space ["Q-061 A fundamental challenge is to build a high - fidelity processor in what capable of running running quantum algorithms ?"] "
high-fidelity processor ["Q-062 Is a fundamental challenge to build capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
quantum algorithms ["Q-063 A fundamental challenge is to build a high - fidelity processor what capable of running running in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
A fundamental challenge ["Q-064 Who is to build a high - fidelity processor capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
high-fidelity processor ["Q-065 Who running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
D-Wave ["Q-066 ]
programmable superconducting qubits ["Q-067 Here with what report you using a processor to create quantum states on 53 qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
53 qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ["Q-068 Here on what report you using a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states ?"] "
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quantum states on 53 qubits ["Q-074 Who occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
53 ["Q-075 Here on how much report you using a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
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experiments ["Q-077 What did measurements from repeated repeated sample the corresponding probability distribution which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
corresponding probability distribution ["Q-078 What did measurements from repeated repeated experiments sample which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
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quantum circuit 1 million times ["Q-084 Of what does while your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
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10000 years ["Q-086 While your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times what would a state - of - the - art supercomputer require to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
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our processor ["Q-088 While whose processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
our processor ["Q-089 Who takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
state-of-the-art supercomputer ["Q-090 Who would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
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quantum supremacy ["Q-095 This dramatic speedup relative to all known of what does classical algorithms provides an experimental realization on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
computational task ["Q-096 This dramatic speedup relative to all known on what does classical algorithms provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
a computational task ["Q-097 This dramatic speedup relative to all known classical algorithms provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on of what the advent ?"] "
classical algorithms ["Q-098 This dramatic speedup relative to what did all known known provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
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Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorGoogle AI Quantum and collaborators The tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor. A fundamental challenge is to build a high-fidelity processor capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space. Here we report using a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states on 53 qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016. Measurements from repeated experiments sample the corresponding probability distribution which we verify using classical simulations. While our processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state-of-the-art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task. This dramatic speedup relative to all ques , classical algorithms " ["Q-0102 Who provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
insideHPC Newsletter   ["Q-0103 ]
LANL ["Q-0104 To what does Lanl gets first 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
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LANL ["Q-0107 Lanl gets t D First 5000 Qubit that what did d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at the Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
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LANL ["Q-0109 What does Lanl gets d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
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Los Alamos National Laboratory ["Q-0111 Lanl gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at what t t N N N Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-0112 Lanl gets whose first 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL gets the First 5000 Qubit D-WaveMeanwhile D-Wave ["Q-0113 Lanl gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at whose Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-0114 Who gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
D-Wave ["Q-0115 Who announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
quantum computer ["Q-0116 Who has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-0117 T how much does Lanl gets first 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-0118 Lanl gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 t how much has qubit quantum computer found its first home at Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-0119 How much does Lanl gets t N First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-0120 Lanl gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at how much t t N N N Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
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16 followers ["Q-0130 @ Radiofreehpc Updateso proud of me all ! about what at the time of this writing @ Radiofreehpc writing to ?"] "
D-Wave ["Q-0131 @ Radiofreehpc Updateso proud of me all ! what at the time of this writing @ Radiofreehpc writing to about 16 followers ?"] "
Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever ["Q-0132 Who writing all ! at the time of this writing @ Radiofreehpc has soared to about 16 followers ?"] "
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Henry ["Q-0139 Of whom the fascinating story nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
a professional hacker ["Q-0140 Henry tells of what the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting thwarting the nefarious schemes who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
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Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever ["Q-0142 Henry tells whom the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to f N and actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
narcotics ["Q-0143 Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame whom did him and actually mailed ?"] "
Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs ["Q-0144 Who thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
professional hacker ["Q-0145 Who actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
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unrelated charges ["Q-0147 The mastermind behind it was was arrested for what did and imprisoned ?"] "
narcotics ["Q-0148 What was the mastermind behind it was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
The mastermind ["Q-0149 Who was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
The mastermind ["Q-0150 Who imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
D-Wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Qubits are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation. Shahin lists several. @RadioFreeHPC UpdateSo proud of you all! At the time of this writing @RadioFreeHPC has soared to about 16 followers. Were pretty much there. Thank you! Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever.Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics. The mastermind behind it was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges. Henry is really turning this into a good news segment. Dan isnt encouraged however. Catch of the WeekShahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one LANL did in 2017. AFRL build a 1760 no , good news segment " ["Q-0152 Into what is Henry & nbsp ; really turning this ?"] "
Henry is really ["Q-0153 What is Henry & nbsp ; really turning into a good news segment ?"] "
Henry is really ["Q-0154 Who is & nbsp ; really turning this into a good news segment ?"] "
D-Wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Qubits are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation. Shahin lists several. @RadioFreeHPC UpdateSo proud of you all! At the time of this writing @RadioFreeHPC has soared to about 16 followers. Were pretty much there. Thank you! Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever.Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics. The mastermind behind it was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges. Henry is really turning this into a good news segment. Dan isnt encouraged however. Catch of the WeekShahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one LANL did in 2017. AFRL build a 1760 no , Dan " ["Q-0156 Who encouraged however ?"] "
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Oracle ["Q-0158 Catch of the Weekshahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 where node Raspberry Pi cluster built of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
one LANL ["Q-0159 Catch of the Weekshahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 where node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent did in 2017 ?"] "
2017 ["Q-0160 Catch of the Weekshahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one when did Lanl did ?"] "
consumer electronics ["Q-0161 What catch of the Weekshahin talks about using using to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
supercomputers ["Q-0162 What catch of the Weekshahin talks about using using consumer electronics to b N recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Catch of the WeekShahin ["Q-0163 Who using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
consumer electronics to build supercomputers ["Q-0164 Who mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Raspberry Pi cluster ["Q-0165 Who built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Oracle ["Q-0166 Who did in 2017 ?"] "
2017 ["Q-0167 Catch of the Weekshahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one in how much did Lanl did ?"] "
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1760 ["Q-0169 How much following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
AFRL build a 1760 node cluster of PlayStations ["Q-0170 Where a 1760 node cluster on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor ["Q-0171 Afrl build a 1760 did node cluster of playstations based based in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-0172 Afrl build a 1760 in what did node cluster of playstations based based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
similar ["Q-0173 Afrl build a 1760 node cluster of playstations based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following in what similar efforts starting starting ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-0174 Afrl build a 1760 what did node cluster of playstations based based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following in the mid 2000s ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-0175 Who based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor ["Q-0176 Who starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-0177 Afrl build a 1760 in how much did node cluster of playstations based based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
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SGIs Project Molecule ["Q-0179 He also recalls with what may similar projects he have had something to do and project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
cooling ["Q-0180 He also recalls for what may similar projects he have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
JavaStations ["Q-0181 He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( when for cooling cooling ) ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
JavaStations ["Q-0182 He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( of what for cooling cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
Sun ["Q-0183 He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( at what for cooling cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations in the late 90s ?"] "
JavaStations ["Q-0184 He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( in what for cooling cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun ?"] "
recalls similar projects ["Q-0185 What he also r N may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
something to do with SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin (for cooling) in 2008 (also here) and also a cluster of JavaStations ["Q-0186 He also recalls what may similar projects he have had to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
JavaStations ["Q-0187 Who also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
recalls similar projects ["Q-0188 Who may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-0189 Who cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
JavaStations ["Q-0190 He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( in how much for cooling cooling ) ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
MP3 * Subscribe on iTunes * RSS FeedSign up for our insideHPC Newsletter   ["Q-0191 ]
heat radiating ["Q-0192 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use when the thermoelectric effect and build a device that makes electricity from the ground ?"] "
electricity ["Q-0193 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use the thermoelectric effect and build a device that makes from what electricity at night using heat radiating using ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-0194 What a ucla project to u you and build a device that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
a device ["Q-0195 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use what the thermoelectric effect and build that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
electricity ["Q-0196 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use what the thermoelectric effect and build a device that makes at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
heat radiating ["Q-0197 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use the thermoelectric effect and build a device that makes what electricity at night using using from the ground ?"] "
UCLA ["Q-0198 Who build a device that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
classical simulations ["Q-0199 Who using to u V from the ground ?"] "
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SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-0202 Who can deliver right now ?"] "
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Speaking of Intriguing Henry talks about DNA storage ["Q-0205 Incredible data density but do nt ask what whether whom file system it uses or can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
a USB stick any time soon ["Q-0206 Incredible data density but do nt ask what file system it uses where can or whether me have it soon ?"] "
DNA storage ["Q-0207 Incredible data density but do nt ask what file system it uses what can or whether me have on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
file system ["Q-0208 Who uses or whether me can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
nt ["Q-0209 Who can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
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Shahin seem to have more fun with this topic ["Q-0211 With what Dan and Shahin seem to have more fun than Henry ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
Henry ["Q-0212 Than whom Dan and Shahin seem to have more fun with this topic ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
fun ["Q-0213 What Dan and Shahin seem to have with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
the full conversation ["Q-0214 What Dan and Shahin seem to have more fun with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear ?"] "
Dan and Shahin ["Q-0215 Who seem to have more fun with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
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NotHow quantum ["Q-01 Who is that ? ! the Radiofreehpc team discusses the Google / nasa paper titled Quantum Supremacy using a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy ["Q-02 Who titled and no ! a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Google/NASA ["Q-03 Who published Supremacy ? . ?"] "
Google/NASA ["Q-04 Who is a digital tattoo so there are copies out there ( see below ) ?"] "
draft ["Q-05 Who claimed Quantum supremacy ?"] "
Henry Newmans ["Q-06 Who hope i ask ?"] "
Henry Newmans ["Q-07 Who ask ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-08 Whom i might even call embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-09 Who might even call it embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-10 Who embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
quantum ["Q-11 Who is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-12 Who is its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted data ?"] "
unscramble encrypted data ["Q-13 Who is not what happened B ) its not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
happened B ["Q-14 Who not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
C ["Q-15 Who will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ["Q-16 Who must say however that the paper looks pretty good ?"] "
the paper ["Q-17 Who looks pretty good ?"] "
Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy ["Q-18 Who using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
AI Quantum and collaborators The tantalizing promise of quantum computers ["Q-19 Who is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
computational tasks ["Q-20 Who might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
A fundamental challenge ["Q-21 Who is to build a high - fidelity processor capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
AI Quantum and collaborators The tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor. A fundamental challenge is to build a high-fidelity processor ["Q-22 Who running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
Click ["Q-23 Who report using a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states on 53 qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
quantum states on 53 qubits ["Q-24 Who occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
a state space 253\u223c1016 ["Q-25 What did measurements from repeated repeated sample the corresponding probability distribution which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
corresponding probability distribution ["Q-26 What did measurements from repeated repeated experiments sample which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
experiments ["Q-27 Who repeated probability distribution the corresponding probability distribution which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
probability distribution ["Q-28 Who verify using classical simulations ?"] "
200 seconds ["Q-29 While your processor takes about 200 what s s N N to s N of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
10000 years ["Q-30 While your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times what would a state - of - the - art supercomputer require to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
the equivalent task ["Q-31 While your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times what would a state - of - the - art supercomputer require approximately 10000 years to perform ?"] "
our processor ["Q-32 While whose processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
our processor ["Q-33 Who takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
quantum circuit 1 million times a state-of-the-art supercomputer ["Q-34 Who would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
200 ["Q-35 How much does while your processor takes about seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
200 seconds ["Q-36 While your processor takes about 200 how much s s N N to s N instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
all ["Q-37 Who known classical algorithms provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
classical algorithms ["Q-38 Who provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
LANL ["Q-39 What does Lanl gets d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-40 Who gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
D-Wave ["Q-41 Who announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
quantum computer ["Q-42 Who has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-43 How much does Lanl gets t N First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
Qubits ["Q-44 Who are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation ?"] "
vendor to vendor ["Q-45 Who underlying technology and implementation ?"] "
Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever ["Q-46 Who writing all ! at the time of this writing @ Radiofreehpc has soared to about 16 followers ?"] "
Henry Newmans Why No One ["Q-47 Who should be Online Ever ?"] "
Henry ["Q-48 Who thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
professional hacker ["Q-49 Who actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
narcotics ["Q-50 What was the mastermind behind it was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
The mastermind ["Q-51 Who was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
Henry ["Q-52 Who imprisoned for unrelated charges ?"] "
Henry is really ["Q-53 What is Henry & nbsp ; really turning into a good news segment ?"] "
Henry is really ["Q-54 Who is & nbsp ; really turning this into a good news segment ?"] "
Dan ["Q-55 Who encouraged however ?"] "
consumer electronics ["Q-56 What catch of the Weekshahin talks about using using to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
supercomputers ["Q-57 What catch of the Weekshahin talks about using using consumer electronics to b N recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Catch ["Q-58 Who using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
consumer electronics to build supercomputers ["Q-59 Who mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Raspberry Pi cluster ["Q-60 Who built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Oracle ["Q-61 Who did in 2017 ?"] "
1760 node cluster ["Q-62 How much following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-63 Where a 1760 node cluster on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-64 Who based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor ["Q-65 Who starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
recalls similar projects ["Q-66 What he also r N may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
AFRL build a 1760 node cluster of PlayStations based on the IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s. He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin (for cooling) in 2008 (also here) and also a cluster of JavaStations ["Q-67 Who also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
recalls similar projects ["Q-68 Who may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-69 Who cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-70 What a ucla project to u you and build a device that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
UCLA ["Q-71 Who build a device that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever.Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics. The mastermind behind it was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges. Henry is really turning this into a good news segment. Dan isnt encouraged however. Catch of the WeekShahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one LANL did in 2017. AFRL build a 1760 node cluster of PlayStations based on the IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s. He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin (for cooling) in 2008 (also here) and also a cluster of JavaStations at Sun in the late 90s.Dan discusses a UCLA project to use the thermoelectric effect and bu , insideHPC Newsletter " ["Q-73 Who intriguing a tad a tad too pricey for what it can deliver right now ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-74 Who can deliver right now ?"] "
file system ["Q-75 Who uses or whether me can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
nt ["Q-76 Who can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
more fun ["Q-77 What Dan and Shahin seem to have with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
the full conversation ["Q-78 What Dan and Shahin seem to have more fun with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear ?"] "
Dan and Shahin ["Q-79 Who seem to have more fun with this topic than Henry ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
iTunes * RSS FeedSign ["Q-80 Who up for your insidehpc Newsletter & nbsp ; ?"] "
its the internet and everything is a digital tattoo ["Q-01 Quantum Supremacy ? Yes and No ! Quantum Supremacy Is and Is Nothow quantum is that ? ! the Radiofreehpc team d d N N Programmable Superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy ["Q-02 Quantum Supremacy ? Yes and No ! Quantum Supremacy Is and Is Nothow quantum is that ? ! the Radiofreehpc team discusses what did the Google / nasa paper titled a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
NotHow quantum ["Q-03 Who is that ? ! the Radiofreehpc team discusses the Google / nasa paper titled Quantum Supremacy using a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy ["Q-04 Who titled and no ! a programmable superconducting Processor that was published and then unpublished ?"] "
Google/NASA ["Q-05 Who published Supremacy ? . ?"] "
D-Wave ["Q-06 ]
digital tattoo ["Q-07 & nbsp ; what is but its the internet and everything so there are copies out there ( see below ) ?"] "
unpublished. But ["Q-08 & nbsp ; what is but its the internet and everything a digital tattoo so there are out there ( see below ) ?"] "
Quantum Supremacy ["Q-09 Who is a digital tattoo so there are copies out there ( see below ) ?"] "
D-Wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Qubits are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation. Shahin lists several. @RadioFreeHPC UpdateSo proud of you all! At the time of this writing @RadioFreeHPC has soared to about 16 followers. Were pretty much there. Thank you! Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever.Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics. The mastermind behind it was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges. Henry is really turning this into a good news segment. Dan isnt encouraged however. Catch of the WeekShahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one LANL did in 2017. AFRL build a 1760 no , Quantum supremacy " ["Q-011 The paper right in its title and at what least in that draft form claimed ?"] "
draft ["Q-012 Who claimed Quantum supremacy ?"] "
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hope you ask. Well nothing particularly significant and decidedly quantum-friendly. You might even call it embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment. But its not nothing.  One scary consequence of quantum supremacy is its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted data. But A) this is not what happened B) its not expected to happen any time soon (think years) and C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm. We must say however that the paper looks pretty good. Heres the abstract. Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorGoogle AI Quantum and collaborators The tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor. A fundamental challenge is to , Henry Newmans " ["Q-015 Who hope i ask ?"] "
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probability functions ["Q-020 You might even call it embarrassingly quantum about what is since quantum all and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
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Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-022 Whom i might even call embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
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Quantum Supremacy? Yes and No! Quantum Supremacy Is ["Q-026 Who embarrassingly quantum since quantum is all about probability functions and this experiment samples the probability distribution of a repeated experiment ?"] "
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encrypted data ["Q-030 & nbsp ; one to what is scary consequence of quantum supremacy its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used ?"] "
not nothing.  One scary consequence of quantum supremacy is its ability ["Q-031 & nbsp ; one what is scary consequence of quantum supremacy to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted data ?"] "
large numbers ["Q-032 & nbsp ; one what is scary consequence of quantum supremacy its ability to readily factorize which could be used to unscramble encrypted data ?"] "
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data ["Q-034 & nbsp ; one what is scary consequence of quantum supremacy its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted ?"] "
quantum supremacy ["Q-035 Who is its ability to readily factorize large numbers which could be used to unscramble encrypted data ?"] "
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the specific encryption algorithm ["Q-037 But a ) this is not what happened B ) its not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) on what will it depend ?"] "
unscramble encrypted data. But A) this is not what happened B) its not expected to happen any time soon (think years) and C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm. We must say however that the paper looks pretty good ["Q-038 But a ) what is this not what happened ) its not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
unscramble encrypted data ["Q-039 But a ) this is not what happened B ) what did its not expected to happen soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
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happened B) its not expected to happen any time soon (think years) and C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm. We must say however that the paper looks pretty good ["Q-042 Who not expected to happen any time soon ( think years ) and C ) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
C ["Q-043 Who will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ?"] "
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encryption algorithm ["Q-045 That what must you say however looks pretty good ?"] "
C) it will depend on the specific encryption algorithm ["Q-046 Who must say however that the paper looks pretty good ?"] "
the paper ["Q-047 Who looks pretty good ?"] "
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quantum computers ["Q-050 Click on the title to read of what it all Quantum supremacy using using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
certain computational tasks ["Q-051 Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of that what is quantum computers might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
quantum processor ["Q-052 Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that on what might certain computational tasks be executed exponentially faster than on a classical processor ?"] "
classical processor ["Q-053 Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that than what might certain computational tasks be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor ?"] "
The tantalizing promise ["Q-054 Click on the title to read what it all Quantum supremacy using using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
Heres the abstract ["Q-055 Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that what might certain computational tasks be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy ["Q-056 Who using a programmable superconducting processorgoogle Ai Quantum and collaborators the tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
quantum computers ["Q-057 Who is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
computational tasks ["Q-058 Who might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor ?"] "
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programmable superconducting processorGoogle ["Q-060 Of what is a fundamental challenge to build a high - fidelity processor capable quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
an exponentially large computational space ["Q-061 A fundamental challenge is to build a high - fidelity processor in what capable of running running quantum algorithms ?"] "
high-fidelity processor ["Q-062 Is a fundamental challenge to build capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
quantum algorithms ["Q-063 A fundamental challenge is to build a high - fidelity processor what capable of running running in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
A fundamental challenge ["Q-064 Who is to build a high - fidelity processor capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
high-fidelity processor ["Q-065 Who running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space ?"] "
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programmable superconducting qubits ["Q-067 Here with what report you using a processor to create quantum states on 53 qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
53 qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ["Q-068 Here on what report you using a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states ?"] "
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quantum states on 53 qubits ["Q-074 Who occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
53 ["Q-075 Here on how much report you using a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016 ?"] "
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corresponding probability distribution ["Q-078 What did measurements from repeated repeated experiments sample which you verify using classical simulations ?"] "
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probability distribution ["Q-081 Who verify using classical simulations ?"] "
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200 seconds ["Q-083 About what does while your processor takes to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
quantum circuit 1 million times ["Q-084 Of what does while your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
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10000 years ["Q-086 While your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times what would a state - of - the - art supercomputer require to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
the equivalent task ["Q-087 While your processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times what would a state - of - the - art supercomputer require approximately 10000 years to perform ?"] "
our processor ["Q-088 While whose processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
our processor ["Q-089 Who takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state - of - the - art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task ?"] "
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computational task ["Q-096 This dramatic speedup relative to all known on what does classical algorithms provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
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classical algorithms ["Q-098 This dramatic speedup relative to what did all known known provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
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Click on the title to read it all Quantum supremacy using a programmable superconducting processorGoogle AI Quantum and collaborators The tantalizing promise of quantum computers is that certain computational tasks might be executed exponentially faster on a quantum processor than on a classical processor. A fundamental challenge is to build a high-fidelity processor capable of running quantum algorithms in an exponentially large computational space. Here we report using a processor with programmable superconducting qubits to create quantum states on 53 qubits occupying a state space 253\u223c1016. Measurements from repeated experiments sample the corresponding probability distribution which we verify using classical simulations. While our processor takes about 200 seconds to sample one instance of the quantum circuit 1 million times a state-of-the-art supercomputer would require approximately 10000 years to perform the equivalent task. This dramatic speedup relative to all ques , classical algorithms " ["Q-0102 Who provides an experimental realization of quantum supremacy on a computational task and heralds the advent of a much - anticipated computing paradigm ?"] "
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LANL ["Q-0104 To what does Lanl gets first 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
LANL ["Q-0105 Lanl gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 to what has qubit quantum computer found its first home at Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
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LANL ["Q-0109 What does Lanl gets d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at t D Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
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LANL gets the First 5000 Qubit D-WaveMeanwhile D-Wave ["Q-0113 Lanl gets t D First 5000 Qubit d - wavemeanwhile D - wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at whose Los Alamos National Laboratory ( Lanl ) ?"] "
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Qubits ["Q-0126 Who are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation ?"] "
vendor to vendor ["Q-0127 Who underlying technology and implementation ?"] "
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Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs ["Q-0144 Who thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics ?"] "
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D-Wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Qubits are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation. Shahin lists several. @RadioFreeHPC UpdateSo proud of you all! At the time of this writing @RadioFreeHPC has soared to about 16 followers. Were pretty much there. Thank you! Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever.Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics. The mastermind behind it was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges. Henry is really turning this into a good news segment. Dan isnt encouraged however. Catch of the WeekShahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one LANL did in 2017. AFRL build a 1760 no , good news segment " ["Q-0152 Into what is Henry & nbsp ; really turning this ?"] "
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D-Wave announced that its new 5000 qubit quantum computer has found its first home at the Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). Qubits are different from vendor to vendor in terms of the underlying technology and implementation. Shahin lists several. @RadioFreeHPC UpdateSo proud of you all! At the time of this writing @RadioFreeHPC has soared to about 16 followers. Were pretty much there. Thank you! Henry Newmans Why No One Should be Online Ever.Henry tells the fascinating story of Krebs thwarting the nefarious schemes of a professional hacker who aimed to frame him and actually mailed him narcotics. The mastermind behind it was was arrested and imprisoned for unrelated charges. Henry is really turning this into a good news segment. Dan isnt encouraged however. Catch of the WeekShahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one LANL did in 2017. AFRL build a 1760 no , Dan " ["Q-0156 Who encouraged however ?"] "
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Oracle ["Q-0158 Catch of the Weekshahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 where node Raspberry Pi cluster built of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
one LANL ["Q-0159 Catch of the Weekshahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 where node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent did in 2017 ?"] "
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consumer electronics to build supercomputers ["Q-0164 Who mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Raspberry Pi cluster ["Q-0165 Who built by Oracle reminiscent of the one Lanl did in 2017 ?"] "
Oracle ["Q-0166 Who did in 2017 ?"] "
2017 ["Q-0167 Catch of the Weekshahin talks about using consumer electronics to build supercomputers mentioning the recent 1060 node Raspberry Pi cluster built by Oracle reminiscent of the one in how much did Lanl did ?"] "
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1760 ["Q-0169 How much following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
AFRL build a 1760 node cluster of PlayStations ["Q-0170 Where a 1760 node cluster on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor ["Q-0171 Afrl build a 1760 did node cluster of playstations based based in 2010 following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
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PlayStations ["Q-0174 Afrl build a 1760 what did node cluster of playstations based based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor in 2010 following in the mid 2000s ?"] "
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IBM/Sony/Toshiba Cell processor ["Q-0176 Who starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
PlayStations ["Q-0177 Afrl build a 1760 in how much did node cluster of playstations based based on the Ibm / sony / toshiba Cell processor following similar efforts starting in the mid 2000s ?"] "
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SGIs Project Molecule ["Q-0179 He also recalls with what may similar projects he have had something to do and project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
cooling ["Q-0180 He also recalls for what may similar projects he have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
JavaStations ["Q-0181 He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( when for cooling cooling ) ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
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Sun ["Q-0183 He also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( at what for cooling cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations in the late 90s ?"] "
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something to do with SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin (for cooling) in 2008 (also here) and also a cluster of JavaStations ["Q-0186 He also recalls what may similar projects he have had to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
JavaStations ["Q-0187 Who also recalls similar projects he may have had something to do with Sgis Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ( for cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
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SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-0189 Who cooling ) in 2008 ( also here ) and also a cluster of javastations at Sun in the late 90s ?"] "
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heat radiating ["Q-0192 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use when the thermoelectric effect and build a device that makes electricity from the ground ?"] "
electricity ["Q-0193 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use the thermoelectric effect and build a device that makes from what electricity at night using heat radiating using ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-0194 What a ucla project to u you and build a device that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
a device ["Q-0195 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use what the thermoelectric effect and build that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
electricity ["Q-0196 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use what the thermoelectric effect and build a device that makes at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
heat radiating ["Q-0197 Dan discusses a Ucla project to use the thermoelectric effect and build a device that makes what electricity at night using using from the ground ?"] "
UCLA ["Q-0198 Who build a device that makes electricity at night using heat radiating from the ground ?"] "
classical simulations ["Q-0199 Who using to u V from the ground ?"] "
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Dan ["Q-0201 Who intriguing a tad a tad too pricey for what it can deliver right now ?"] "
SGIs Project Molecule and Project Kelvin ["Q-0202 Who can deliver right now ?"] "
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Speaking of Intriguing Henry talks about DNA storage ["Q-0205 Incredible data density but do nt ask what whether whom file system it uses or can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
a USB stick any time soon ["Q-0206 Incredible data density but do nt ask what file system it uses where can or whether me have it soon ?"] "
DNA storage ["Q-0207 Incredible data density but do nt ask what file system it uses what can or whether me have on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
file system ["Q-0208 Who uses or whether me can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
nt ["Q-0209 Who can have it on a Usb stick any time soon ?"] "
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Shahin seem to have more fun with this topic ["Q-0211 With what Dan and Shahin seem to have more fun than Henry ! Listen in to hear the full conversation ?"] "
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