Brian Cox on Quantum Computing and Black Hole Physics

Brian Cox on quantum computing and black hole physics

“You’re not meant to understand what I just said, because I don’t understand what I just said…” Physicist Brian Cox on one of the most complex theories in space science. Physicist Brian Cox takes us into the mind-bending world where quantum mechanics, black holes, and the future of computing converge. In this interview, Cox shares the engineering challenges behind building quantum computers and the intricate dance of storing information in their notoriously delicate memory. However, black holes have an unexpected link to quantum information storage. Cox discusses how Planck units, holography, and redundancy could shape the future of computing.

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