In Quantum Games, There’s No Way to Play the Odds

These games combine quantum entanglement, infinity and impossible-to-calculate winning probabilities. But if researchers can crack them, they’ll reveal deep mathematical secrets.


At its core, the Quantum Percolator contains a novel quantum event detector that uses electron tunneling to determine whether to use caffeinated or decaffeinated coffee. The mechanical components are enclosed in an opaque box, so I can’t tell which type of coffee is being used.

The result is coffee that simultaneously contains and does not contain caffeine – at least until you collapse the caffeination probability waveform by drinking it. As the expression goes, you can’t have your quantum superposition of states and drink it too!

16 Best Resources to Learn Quantum Computing in 2019

1) Quantum Computing — An Overview at Udemy
2) Quantum Computing Explained at Amazon
3) Daily email list of quantum computing coding tasks from GeekForge
4) Understanding Quantum Computers at Future Learn
5) Quantum Computation lecture from Caltech Institute
6) QC101 Quantum Computing & Quantum Physics for Beginners at Udemy
7) Quantum Quest from QuSoft
8) Quantum Information Sciences from MIT
9) Quantum machine learning for data scientists from Quantee Limited
10) Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists from Microsoft
11) The Quantum Internet and Quantum Computers at edX
12) Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists at Amazon
13) Quantum Machine Learning from Research Gate
14) Quantum Cryptography at edX
15) Opportunities and Challenges for Quantum Machine Learning from Cornell University
16) Quantum Computing for the Determined on YouTube

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