Quantum dots are a new word in the electronics world, despite the fact that they were first synthesized in 1981 by the Russian scientist Alexei Yekimov. Only today, using the latest technology, we learned how to quickly synthesize and manage the properties of quantum dots, so in the electronics field they predicted quite a lot of areas of use, from simple light-emitting diodes to a quantum computer with phenomenal computing abilities. But they are really applied in the field of display production, opening new boundaries of image transmission. It is the production of displays with Quantum Dots that occupies the largest market share - 30%
Sounds complicated, isn’t it?
In general, we can say that a quantum computer can be useful to us when you need to calculate something that the computer that is on your desk will count millions of years. It can be the study of any complex system, for example, biological. The number of values of the parameters of such a system grows with an incredible, impossible, staggering speed. Because of this, we cannot simulate today the behavior of many systems, respectively, to understand the nature of this behavior using conventional computers.
This is because a conventional processor has such an operating principle that at one point, it can only be in one of the states, the quantum processor is simultaneously in all states, and more over in each of them in a special way! This quantum state is called the "quantum superposition" of data of classical states.