Machine learning With Quantum Systems

The domain of Machine learning and Quantum computation are the next big leap in the general experience of computing. Using machine learning we want to take smart decisions and enlarge our solution space. In this era, we can see active research in Medical image processing, self driving cars, Content summarisation, sentiment analysis etc. All these can be obtained by using classical computers. Another domain of active research is Quantum information processing, here we try to use the principles of quantum mechanics to gain a leap in efficiency of information processing task. One such example is Shor's factoring algorithm which can solve the prime factorisation problem in O((log N)2(log log N)(log log log N) which is NP hard if we use classical computers. The primary reason which enables this the phenomena of superposition.
The confluence of Classical machine learning with Quantum information theory which gives rise to field of Quantum Machine Learning, which is still in its nascent stages, but never the less very interesting to study. It is interesting to ask two types of questions
a. How good would be a quantum computer in learning the the classical information. To give an example will a quantum computer be able to classify Apples and Oranges better than a classical computer.
b. Another interesting question is to ask will some of the problems which are hard in quantum world be learned using classical computers. One such example is to classify entangled vs separable states.
In this conference I will talk about how two domains are similar and different and what are some proposed solutions for the above stated problems.
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Outline/Structure of the Talk

Basic kinds of problems in machine learning

How to extend it to domain of general sciences

extension to quantum mechanics

Learning Outcome

Exploring new problems in science to solve using machine learning.

New scopes and domains which can be explored using machine learning.

Target Audience

Academia, Students, Data scientist and Data engineers

Prerequisites for Attendees

A data science enthusiast with basic understanding of problems in machine learning. No basics of science or Quantum mechanics required

schedule Submitted 1 year ago

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  • Sarah Masud
    By Sarah Masud  ~  11 months ago
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    Hello Manish, you talk seems to be interesting. Can you please share a video of any of your previous presentations. It will be really helpful in accessing the overall proposal.

    Also, can you add an time-breakdown/estimate for the 3 points in the talk outline. I would prefer you to give more time to 2nd and 3rd point.

  • Sanjana Karanth
    By Sanjana Karanth  ~  1 year ago
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    It will be really interesting to see how the combination of machine learning and quantum computing can help solve problems and may open the door to unexplored paths of machine learning

  • Yashasvi Girdhar
    By Yashasvi Girdhar  ~  1 year ago
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    Looks like an amazing and a different aspect of machine learning.

    The possible improvement would be to include details in proposal which can relate it to current problems in industry.

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