Advancing Cognitive Analytics Using Quantum Computing for Next Generation Encryption (Presentation Slides)

52 Pages Posted: 27 Mar 2017

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Yogesh Malhotra

Global Risk Management Network, LLC

Date Written: March 24, 2017

Abstract

Based on the premise that the “world’s fastest [quantum] computer will operate like a human brain”, a framework of MEANING MAKING as evident in the ‘interpretive flexibility’ of human sense-making processes is explored to contrast and compare with the ‘qubit-based’ information-processing and encryption capabilities of today’s ‘quantum computers’ for inspiring thinking about next generation encryption and decryption. Quantum Mechanics notions of ‘Superposition’ and ‘Entanglement’ evident in human sense making processes present interesting avenues for advancing ‘Cognitive Analytics’ at the intersection of Quantum Computing and Quantum Biology of the Human Mind/Brain.

Suggested Citation

Malhotra, Yogesh, Advancing Cognitive Analytics Using Quantum Computing for Next Generation Encryption (Presentation Slides) (March 24, 2017). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2940467 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2940467

Yogesh Malhotra (Contact Author)

Global Risk Management Network, LLC ( email )

Cornell Business and Technology Park
Ithaca, NY 14852-4892
United States

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