Purdue University: Creating a new type of computing that’s ‘naturally probabilistic’

Purdue University: Creating a new type of computing that’s ‘naturally probabilistic’. “‘You see, nature is unpredictable. How do you expect to predict it with a computer?’ said American physicist Richard Feynman before computer scientists at a conference in 1981. Forty years later, Purdue University engineers are building the kind of system that Feynman imagined would overcome the limitations of today’s classical computers by more closely acting like nature: a ‘probabilistic computer.'”

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