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From Decoder Rings To Deep Fakes: Translating Complex Technologies For Legal Education, Rachel S. Evans, Jason Tubinis Mar 2019

From Decoder Rings To Deep Fakes: Translating Complex Technologies For Legal Education, Rachel S. Evans, Jason Tubinis

Presentations

“Technological developments are disrupting the practice of law” is a common refrain, but the last few years has seen some particularly complex pieces of technology become the hot new thing in legal tech. This session will look at blockchain, quantum computing, artificial intelligence, and ‘Deep Fakes’ as examples of how librarians can stay abreast of technological developments and inform themselves about their impacts in the legal profession. Then we will look at how to translate the complexities and jargon of these examples into lessons for for-credit courses, one-off informational sessions, or meetings with stakeholders.


Computation In Quantum Space-Time Could Lead To A Super-Polynomial Speedup, Vladik Kreinovich, Michael Zakharevich Aug 2011

Square Root Of "Not": A Major Difference Between Fuzzy And Quantum Logics, Vladik Kreinovich, Ladislav J. Kohout, Eunjin Kim Jul 2009

Square Root Of "Not": A Major Difference Between Fuzzy And Quantum Logics, Vladik Kreinovich, Ladislav J. Kohout, Eunjin Kim

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Many authors have mentioned the similarity between quantum logic and fuzzy logic. In this paper, we show that, in spite of this similarity, these logics are not identical. Specifically, we emphasize that while quantum logic has a special ``square root of not'' operation which is very useful in quantum computing, fuzzy logic lacks such an operation.


Quantum Computing As A Particular Case Of Computing With Tensors, Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich Jan 2009

Quantum Computing As A Particular Case Of Computing With Tensors, Martine Ceberio, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

One of the main potential applications of uncertainty in computations is quantum computing. In this paper, we show that the success of quantum computing can be explained by the fact that quantum states are, in effect, tensors.


Fast Quantum Algorithms For Handling Probabilistic And Interval Uncertainty, Vladik Kreinovich, Luc Longpre Apr 2004

Fast Quantum Algorithms For Handling Probabilistic And Interval Uncertainty, Vladik Kreinovich, Luc Longpre

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

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Rules For A Cellular Automaton To Model Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata, Teresa Cole, John C. Lusth Jan 2001

Rules For A Cellular Automaton To Model Quantum-Dot Cellular Automata, Teresa Cole, John C. Lusth

Electrical and Computer Engineering Faculty Publications and Presentations

Quantum-dot cellular automata are one of several new device architectures whose operation is based on local interactions, much like cellular automata. We have implemented several rule sets for a cellular automaton that could be used to model the behavior of quantum-dot cellular automata and used them to test most of the wire and gate configurations proposed for these devices. Arrangements of cells for which any particular cell has neighbors which are not adjacent to each other generally behave as expected. Unfavorable arrangements of cells such as those with bends and crosses tend to either have incorrect outputs or be unstable ...


Towards Computers Of Generation Omega - Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, Granularity, And Acausal Processes: A Brief Survey, Misha Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich Aug 1997

Towards Computers Of Generation Omega - Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, Granularity, And Acausal Processes: A Brief Survey, Misha Kosheleva, Vladik Kreinovich

Departmental Technical Reports (CS)

Proceedings of the International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Semiotics (ISAS'97), National Institute of Standards and Technology Publ., Gaithersburg, MD, 1997, pp. 383-388.

Nowadays, we are using mainly computer of fourth generation, and we are designing fifth-generation computers. It is reasonable to ask: what is the perspective? What will the computers of generation omega look like?

--As the speed of data processing increases, we face a natural limitation of causality, according to which the speed of all processes is limited by the speed of light.

--Lately, a new area of acausal (causality violating) processes has entered mainstream physics.

This ...