American quantum scientist managed to develop a quantum transhumanist technology that works at sub-atomic level and it's results are revolutionary and impressive.
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We will see how technology in the quantum domain is developing right now and what might be the future developments for human brain and human consciousness.
I will briefly discuss a few of the technologies and breakthroughs that quantum technologies could lead to, with the hopes that this will inspire future exploration and development.
I will also give a brief overview of the theory of everything and why I believe that future tech might be in the quantum domain.
1. The First Quantum Transhumanist Technology
I have not yet reached the state of a fully-functioning brain-computer interface, but the closest we have come so far is in the form of a human-brain-computer interface.
This allows you to interface with quantum computing.
I have reached this goal because I have been able to implement quantum computing by using a different version of my transhumanist technology.
I've developed an organic quantum computer.
I have called it an "Organic Quantum Computing System".
In theory, a quantum computer is better than any classical computer.
If we want to compute a large number at the speed of light, a classical computer is bound to be very slow.
Quantum computers on the other hand don't have these limitations.
Quantum computers will be much faster than any classical computer and this is the main advantage that organic quantum computers will offer over the classical computers.
However, in order to have a quantum computer in your brain, you will need a quantum computer.
You will have to have some form of quantum communication between your brain and your organic quantum computer.
This is a challenge that I have yet to solve.
My solution so far is a quantum transhumanist technology that allows you to send and receive quantum information at the speed of light.
This is what a quantum computer is.
A quantum computer uses quantum bits (qubits) to store a computation.
There are only two states in a qubit:
Quantum computers have a large advantage over classical computers when it comes to calculation.
It's not only because of speed, it's because quantum computers use a quantum phenomena known as superposition to perform calculations.
You can read more about the mathematics behind the theory of quantum computers in a paper I published on the arXiv.org quantum computer science website.
However, there are still many technological challenges and the possibility of a fully functioning organic quantum computer is far from happening.
You can read more about these technical challenges in my other arXiv.org paper.
In theory, we have a long way to go in order to achieve a fully functioning organic quantum computer.
Until this happens, the organic quantum computer is my first step in realizing the theory of quantum computers.
How does it work?
It's a bit difficult to explain so I wrote a series of articles about the inner workings of an organic quantum computer.
One article explains it so I'm just going to summarize it here.
I have built up a new quantum computing device that is capable of receiving and sending quantum information.
If I were to put it into action and send a signal to the device, it would then send the signal out of the device and would only send it to a receiver that is in the same room as the device.
This is where the brain is.
The device is called a quantum photonic interface (QPI) and it relies on two main technologies:
The quantum optics field of physics and
Quantum optics can use quantum physics to create information and send it at the speed of light, as compared to how electronic computing is done in classical devices, which only uses electricity.
Photonic computing can send data at the speed of light and has a much smaller footprint as compared to normal electronic devices.
The QPI creates an information stream of entangled photons.
It is quantum and uses quantum physics.
The information can be read and sent by the receiver.
To create this entangled photons, it uses a quantum optical technology that uses a photon beam and a laser.
The laser fires a laser beam and the photon beam bounces off of it.
As they bounce, they each make a slight change to each other.
When the two beams are far apart, they have not changed at all.
If they are close together, then they may have a slight change.
That tiny change between two laser beams is called quantum entanglement.
Entanglement was discovered in the 1920s, but it was Einstein that first proved it exists.
He said that quantum theory was incomplete because you cannot know the result of an experiment, unless you have actually measured it.
So if an experiment is performed with one part, and then the result is not measured, the experiment is incomplete and we cannot know what is going on with the other part.
It is impossible for the observer to determine the outcome of the experiment without having done the experiment.
It is called entanglement.
The two laser beams have changed and become entangled, so each laser beam carries the same information.
It has the same quantum state as the other laser.
An experiment can be performed and each laser beam will have the same result.
If the two laser beams are very close together, the beams become entangled.
They become the same quantum state.
One way to demonstrate this is to take a small detector and cover half of it with plastic and put the other half of the plastic detector over the other half of the beam.
You take your detector and put it over the beam, now there is one part that is covered with plastic and one part that is not.
These two parts are entangled and so the detectors will not measure the same, but they will each register the same result.
Einstein said that the outcome of a measurement is random, so by entanglement, one of the laser beams will have a random result, and one will have a fixed result, just like the two detectors.
And the two laser beams are entangled and are the same quantum state.
This is how I can explain it and this is what my proof is demonstrating, so the two detectors will be the same and the two laser beams are the same.
And each detector registers the same result, which means that the result of the two detectors will also be the same.
So my proof is showing that it will be random which laser beam is measured, and it will have the same result as the other laser beam, which means that they will be the same.
This can be a difficult concept to understand, so don’t be put off, just keep thinking about it.
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