Jeremy's Research blog
30 min readAug 23, 2022

Why are quantum neural networks so promising?

There are several reasons why QNNs are so promising for machine learning applications. Here are some key benefits they offer over traditional neural networks:

1. Faster training: One of the biggest advantages of QNNs is that they can train faster than traditional neural networks. This is because they can take advantage of the superior speed and efficiency of quantum computers when performing certain calculations.

2. Increased accuracy: QNNs are also more accurate than traditional neural networks, thanks to their ability to reduce noise and error. In many applications, this increased accuracy can lead to improved performance results.

3. Greater flexibility: QNNs are also more flexible than traditional neural networks, allowing them to be applied to a wider range of tasks. This makes them a valuable tool for tackling complex machine learning problems.

How can I get started with quantum neural networks?

If you’re interested in trying out quantum neural networks for yourself, there are a few things you need to know. First, you’ll need a quantum computer to run your simulations on — fortunately, several providers such as IBM, D-Wave, Google, PennyLane, and Microsoft offer access to cloud-based quantum computers. Second, you’ll need to install a suitable quantum computing software package. One popular option is Qiskit, an open source software development kit for quantum computing that supports both Python and JavaScript development.

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There are two styles of machine learning we will talk about in this book: classical machine learning and quantum machine learning. Classical machine learning is the kind of machine learning that we use today. Quantum machine learning is a newer kind of machine learning that uses quantum algorithms or hybrids of classical and quantum.

Neural networks are a way of modeling complex patterns in data. There are a variety of different types of neural networks, but in general they all have input neurons, hidden neurons, and output…

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