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Quantum Computers/Physical Constants

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Quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize technology. Quantum particle states called qubits would take us far beyond the processing power of zeroes and ones. But qubit processing is based on probability, not certainty, which means every answer you get might actually be wrong. On our show today is Dr. Ed Hach, an Assistant Professor of Physics at the Rochester Institute of Technology. He’s going to tell us how to make sense of data generated by qubits and explain how it could be useful and how it might not. In the second half of our show we’ll talk about the physical constants of the universe and whether they change over time.

Host: Brian Koberlein
Guest: Ed Hach
Producer: Mark Gillespie
Music: Marcus Warner

The One Universe at a Time Podcast is produced at the Rochester Institute of Technology with support from the RIT College of Science.

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  1. What elements are used in a qubit unite that helps determine the probability of the questions being asked?

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