Could you guys tell me what specifically are the hangups currently of creating quantum computers or true artificial intelligence.
> What's the holdup with Quantum computing and Ai
The AI program. Once you figure out how to create a program that can literally "learn" and spread it to scan the internet, you will have a sentient AI that can think, decide and worst of all knows pretty much everything about humanity.
It's expensive as fuck. It's ridiculously unreliable. Quantum physics aren't understood enough. qbits are pretty lame. Programming something for a quantum computer takes fucking forever. And more reasons.
I told you you shitbird, writing the AI program itself. Do you think coders just shit out smart applications just like that ? The hangup is they can't figure out a system that can "learn" through scanning data on a massive scale. You need a program so complex that can compare and analyze the huge amounts of data to make a coherent conclusion. And even then you wouldn't get an AI in the true sense.
So thats the hangup
a pool of stagnant AI techniques that are useful in only very specific applications with cutting edge research being focussed on extracting maximum performance rather than innovation.
>true artificial intelligence.
this is a meme, forget about it. also stop shitposting about it because it's not happening.
another meme, which may very well be impossible. I don't know since I have no understanding about this topic but current results don't look promising.
So you don't think it's a hangup ? Then tell me how do you write a program that scans through the web, reads peoples inputs, makes sense out of them in a way that characterizes the inputs to generate a meaningful conclusion, than compare and analyze the massive amounts of data to form solid ideas and act upon them to make decisions ? I'd like you to answer them by giving examples with known coding languages that programmers use and known platforms to write this very program. Feel free to refer to any coding packages or coding libraries.
> legitimately was curious about AI and QC.
Now that you know the answers to the big questions I recommend proceeding by reading russel/norvigs artificial intelligence book for a thorough intro to AI techniques.
For physics I often hear landau is recommended.
The "hangup" is that it's a dumb pipe dream. True artificial intelligence is impossible and anyone telling you otherwise is a michio cuckoo-tier popsci retard.
Yeah, and I'm sure research on flying cars and hoverboards were completely worth it too, huh?
Ai and quantum computing aren't related. We could create the same Ai now that we could with quantum computers, it'd just run slower. The hangup with quantum computers is we don't know how to make them work yet
Quantum computing expert:
>if only we had an AI that could design and program the quantum computer for us
>If only we had a quantum computer to find the best AI algorithms for us