IEEE talk at Johns Hopkins University

I gave a talk at Johns Hopkins University on Monday entitled ‘Why the world needs quantum computing’. The video was for a general audience (no specific quantum physics background required). Here is a link to the talk. The video is available for download from this site!

8 thoughts on “IEEE talk at Johns Hopkins University

  1. It was so great having you!

    A friend was asking it can have solving “Where’s Waldo?” puzzles as an application.

      • You can build a ‘Where’s Waldo’ classifier by breaking an image into squares and then running a binary classifier on each square i.e. ‘is Waldo in this square or not’…. he will always be somewhere in the image🙂

  2. Of course, Krysti, it’s inevitable that adults want to use quantum computers to play Where’s Waldo, but children want to use them to fold-proteins and make epidemiological studies of big genomic data bases.

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  4. Yesterday, while I was at work, my sister stole my apple ipad and
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