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February 22, 2019 Friday 11:55:52 AM IST

Our brain itself is a Quantum Computer Says New Research

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New research has proven that our brain itself is a quantum computer and not something that is just capable of developing quantum computers or using artificial intelligence.

Mathew Fisher, theoretical physicist University of California Santa Barbara (UCSB) leading a project that examines how quantum computing takes place in the brain. He has found out the biological processes and ingredients that help in quantum processing taking place in the brain. The Quantum Brain Project (QuBrain) is funded by $1.2 mn grant from Heising-Simons Foundation. The development of quantum computers. Although quantum computers are yet to be developed, theoretically they have much higher processing ability as they have certain characteristics associated with human neurosystems. Human brain has lot of things unique to it including long term memory, processing of massive amounts of disconnected data and creativity.

The Qu Brain project is expected to enhance our knowledge of the functioning of the brain that can enable us to evolve new mental health treatment protocols.Parallel it will help in the development of better quantum computers that can process information much faster than the present day digital computers.


https://www.inc.com/geoffrey-james/why-physicists-say-your-brain-might-be-more-powerful-than-every-computer-combined.html?cid=sf01002&fbclid=IwAR3MIru0K-B_Kapj0zEo-407thwQzOh1wZWRl7pzVeWlHOKbWNT1OVa7n70

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