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Helping organization create quantum circuits that were practical

Helping organization create quantum circuits that were practical

The Classiq approach, called “Quantum Algorithm Design,” automatically synthesizes optimized quantum circuits from high-level functional models.

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Many users worry that each quantum company that comes along will require a steep learning curve, with more technological integration and additional languages to learn.

Classiq’s platform is designed to match the client’s quantum stack. The platform sits on top of popular programming languages such as Cirq, Qiskit, Braket and Q#. It works seamlessly with all quantum programming languages and with any universal gate-based quantum computer.

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We trust the tech giants to deliver more powerful hardware, but currently, the quantum software stack is in its infancy. Developing quantum software is almost an impossible task.

Minerbi estimates that only a few thousand people in the world can design a 10-qubit quantum circuit. That number falls to a few hundred experts who can design a 50-qubit circuit.

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With Classiq, organizations can combine the power of elite quantum scientists with domain-specific experts as well as other individuals within their enterprises. These integrated teams can engineer solutions to the world’s most pressing problems.

“We want to enable the quantum experts to do the high-level design, but, in parallel, enable domain experts who are not quantum specialists to participate in and contribute to the quantum algorithm design process.”

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If you want to design a simple electronic chip with storage, a simple printed circuit with a few dozens of classical gates — like AND gates and NOT gates — that’s a complex design problem, but you can still do it manually,” said Minerbi. “However, you can’t design circuits with millions or billions of transistors in the same way. Luckily, you don’t need to because, in the classical electronic design process, there are high-level modeling languages like VHDL and Verilog that define what functionality you want to achieve out of the circuit without requiring you to define the implementation

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The Classiq platform gets inputs from a high-level functional model and the constraints the designer needs to meet. It uses a constraint satisfaction engine to fulfill the requirements while meeting the constraints.

you get two things: a synthesis of a quantum circuit from a high-level model, and an excellent optimization because the model knows the hardware constraints as well as the high-level requirements

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The power of a quantum computer

A conventional computer uses electricity within its silicon chips. Small amounts of electrical current are turned on or off. It represents true and false, or the binary numbers one and zero.

But a quantum computer changes individual quantum elements such as electrons or photons, called qubits. Due to their 'spin', electrons can be up or down, and photons vertical or horizontal at the same time. This quantum superposition means that a qubit is in both states at once.

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Quantum computers
  • Quantum computers are machines that use the properties of quantum physics to store data and perform computations.
  • Classical computers, which include smartphones and laptops, encode information in binary “bits” that can either be 0s or 1s. In a quantum computer, the basic unit of memory is a quantum bit or qubit. Qubits are made using physical systems, such as the spin of an electron or the orientation of a photon.
  • These systems can be in many different arrangements all at once, a property known as quantum superposition. Qubits can also be inextricably linked together using a phenomenon called quantum entanglement. The result is that a series of qubits can represent different things simultaneously.

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