Exploratory Data Analysis [EDA]
EDA is like “interviewing” the data. The Data Analyst gets to know and learn about the interesting things that data has to say. Analysts should explore the data for potential research questions before jumping into confirming the answers with hypothesis and inferential statistics.
Quantum Mechanics: How The Future Might Influence The Past – aster.cloud
In 2022, the physics Nobel prize was awarded for experimental work showing that the quantum world must break some of our fundamental intuitions about how the universe works.
Technological Trends 2023
Palguni G T : Technology today is evolving and emerging at a rapid pace, enabling faster change and progress, causing an acceleration of the rate of change and hence impacting the business outcomes. Here are some of the Latest Top Technology Trends for 2023:
Around the turn of the 20th century, scientists began stirring up what would ultimately become a world-changing revolution. They deployed cleverly designed experiments and careful reasoning to reveal a realm billions of times smaller than the dust specks they might have wiped from their equipment. There they witnessed the basic ingredients of the universe — such as electrons and light — behaving in deeply surprising ways. Their discoveries transformed society and birthed a new scientific field: quantum physics. Computers chips, lasers, GPS — in short, modernity — all rest on the bedrock of this field.
Quantum algorithms for data analysis
In these lecture notes, we explore how we can leverage quantum computers and quantum algorithms for information processing. It has long been known that quantum computation can offer computational advantages with respect to classical computation, and in this place we explore more the consequences of this intuition in current domains of computer sciences.
Quantum computing is the key to consciousness
With the rapid development of chatbots and other AI systems, questions about whether they will ever gain true understanding, become conscious, or even develop a feeling agency have become more pressing. When it comes to making sense of these qualities in humans, our ability for counterfactual thinking is key. The existence of alternative worlds where things happen differently, however, is not just an exercise in imagination – it’s a key prediction of quantum mechanics. Perhaps our brains are able to ponder how things could have been because in essence they are quantum computers, accessing information from alternative worlds, argues Tim Palmer.
5 Ways Quantum Computing Will Change Our Everyday Life
Quantum computing—using quantum mechanics to solve super complex problems—is a relatively new technology that has the potential to revolutionize many aspects of the modern world. It has already been used in areas such as cryptography and is increasingly gaining attention for its potential everyday applications. These applications range from drug discovery to quantum-based sensors in cars, with many more yet to be explored. Its future is so promising that governments across many countries are investing billions in quantum computing. For instance, China plans on spending US$15 billion on quantum computing applications, while the European Union has budgeted US$7.2 billion for the same.
Here is a look at some of the everyday applications of quantum computing that we can expect to see in the coming years.
The Business Case for Quantum Computing
Quantum computers may deliver an economic advantage to business, even on tasks that classical computers can perform.
The Future of Work and the role of education in shaping it
Educational institutions can play a huge role in helping learners find a supportive community, figure out how to learn new things, and continually reinvent themselves in a fast-paced digitally-driven world
Article of the Year 2021
Year after year, researchers from across the world publish exceptional work in Hindawi titles, helping to advance scientific knowledge for the betterment of society.
To celebrate Hindawi authors and their invaluable contribution to the advancement of science, we asked our Chief Editors to select an original research or review article published in 2021 that they consider to be exciting and impactful, as well as representative of their journal’s research community and its current or future directions.
The authors of each Article of the Year have been rewarded with an article processing charge (APC) waiver on their next submission to the journal.
Click on each discipline to discover the winners of the Article of the Year Award.