back to article BASF looks to quantum computing to improve weather modeling

A new quantum computing partnership could pave the way to more efficient climate change modeling.  BASF and French quantum computing startup Pasqal have linked arms in a move that will see the chemical giant use Pasqal's proprietary quantum tech to improve its ability to predict the weather. BASF's chemicals are found in a …

  1. John Smith 19 Gold badge
    WTF?

    "once quantum hardware matures to a point where we can actually leverage these algorithms."

    So this part of the business doesn't exist yet

    But they have a differnetial equation solving algorithm. Good to know.

    A word keeps floating up from deep in my subconscious (IE the real neural network I run on)

    Autonomy

    Whatever can it mean?

    1. druck Silver badge

      Re: "once quantum hardware matures to a point where we can actually leverage these algorithms."

      It means quantum snake oil salesmen are now chasing green handouts

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