Quantum computing has the potential to tackle problems conventional computers can’t handle. Quantum bits (qubits), can exist in multiple states simultaneously, allowing a large number of parallel calculations. This could solve certain kinds of computing problems much faster.
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The self-learning, Loihi neuromorphic chip mimics how the brain functions by operating based on feedback from the environment. It can learn more effectively, while requiring lower compute power.
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