Video "How do you build a quantum internet with the same latency as our current internet?"
Michele Reilly is a mathematician addressing questions in quantum physics. She is the founder of Turing Inc. - Turing is developing portable quantum hard drives.
Today's best proposals for doing so (Quantum Satellites and Quantum Repeaters, i.e. sending photons through fiber optical cables) do not have this feature. That is essential for the technology to be meaningful for future adoption.
Other questions discussed and addressed in this video from Foresight Institute:
- Error correction results
- Digital error correction i.e. what's the difference between error correction and error suppression.
- Quantum memory times.
- Qubit Resource comparisons between quantum memories made by Turing with running quantum algorithms.
- What will it take to make this a real industry?
- Why Amazon Benchmark's model is not your friend.
Michele Reilly is an entrepreneur, mathematician, and philosopher of science. She is the inventor of real-time information processing methods for quantum computers and a set of quantum instructions in firmware which control input and output operations. Reilly developed a mathematical theory called Quantum Computational Epistemology. It was first introduced at Princeton University on December 1, 2018. There, she critiqued the views of Elon Musk and Nick Bostrom for failing to update towards a "post-Church-Turing-Deutsch" metaphysics.
Quote: Michele Reilly
"...the prospect of generally intelligent algorithms finding (i.e. simulating) one another, in a universe like ours, may actually necessitate quantum algorithms―or at the very least―reversible-in-time computational processes, requiring access to a possibly infinite amount of computation."
Reilly was an early adopter of blockchain technology in 2010 and Chief Investment Officer for renown trader Victor Niederhoffer, the so-called father of Statistical Arbitrage and Market Microstructure Studies.
On January 15, 2015, she was a leading participant and then signatory on the Future of Life Institute's Open Letter for Artificial Intelligence when Elon Musk committed $10 million to fund a global AI research endeavor.