101 quantum chemistry, how to start

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Among the potential uses of optic hardware and quantum computing, there is chemical simulation. Being exponentially faster than their classical counterparts, quantum computing gives hope about drug development and other chemical processes. This article is not for experienced quantum researchers. It is an introduction to motivate boys and girls to…


Useful things beyond the two hypes

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A recent controversial paper tried to define a new formalism for deep learning in terms of quantum fields. Indeed, qubits are described naively as a state between zero and one, and each node of a neural network, similarly is a value between zero and one meaning probability or something alike…


More Machine learning and less chunky hardware

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We all have seen this year the video on YouTube with Elon Musk the alive pig the brain implant connected to a computer. One of the speculations was that “it will create super-cognition” (whatever that means). …


Current state-of-art tools putting together quantum physics and artificial intelligence

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Data science and machine learning are definitely among the buzz words nowadays. At startup competitions and conferences I have seen too much. AI-trained beer draft to give you the perfect taste, plastic bag with sensor training IoT systems based on…


why some countries are still behind

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If you work or are interested in science, probably have seen the meme below. The article was written in 1992 and I can imagine that this issue has only worsened over time. A screenshot of one of the major publishers of scientific articles talking…


Moving from buzzwords innovation to need centered innovation

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It is clear that our society has become innovation seeker. However, generally we see incremental innovation. Namely, <<buzzword>> (e.g. machine learning, quantum computing, blockchain…) used in a specific domain… bam! …


Harnessing the power of machine learning with Open Source tools for drug discovery

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Proteins, made up of chains of amino acids, are the building blocks of life, drug discovery tasks generally include predicting protein folding, docking, and interactions. This has several applications from vaccines to other kinds of drugs especially for neurodegenerative diseases, and material science. As in other fields, biotech, biology, and…


Thoughts and Theory

How quantum computing is holding the promise to develop drugs for neurodegenerative diseases and more

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Computational methods for drug design have been investigated for many years. One critical aspect of drug design is to infer or predict the folding of proteins, which will lead to identifying how proteins interact with each other. …


even if you are not physicist

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“Nature isn’t classical, dammit, and if you want to make a simulation of nature, you’d better make it quantum mechanical. “

Richard Feynman

Quantum computing will be the future in computing at least in some fields as chemistry simulation and options prediction. …

Dr. Alessandro Crimi

Researcher, Lecturer, and founder of www.yawlab.io Interested in biotech, medicine, cooperation, education and entrepreneurship, also in low-income countries.

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