Zero Knowledge Proofs are one of the path breaking inventions in the last 30 years of computer science. Quantum Computing has been the bravest of the engineering efforts to build energy efficient and future forward computing infrastructure. Quantum Computing posits a lot of challenges to the classical computation based deterministic logic. In this context post quantum cryptography becomes an interesting value proposition to protect the current information technology infrastructure in the transition to the quantum computing world.
I have delivered a session on ‘Quantum Knowledge Proofs and Post QuantumCryptography’ in the Quantum Computing Knowledge Workshop organised by West Bengal State Government Information Technology Department in Kolkata. It was an amazing experience in an inspiring atmosphere conversing with entrepreneurs, academic experts and industry thought leaders about Quantum Computing Hardware, Quantum Computing SDKs, Quantum Key Distribution, Quantum Cryptography, QuantumBlockchain, Zero Knowledge Proofs etc.
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Developed Parsers using Java, XML, XSLT, XPATH.
Developed Workflows in Java, XML.
Developed Search Engines in Java.
Worked with EJBs. Dig Deeper into UNIX, Linux.
Scaled Web Applications in WebSphere, WebLogic.
Secured Web Apps on iPlanet, Apache,.
Deployed Search Apps on UltraSeek, IDOL.
Build Cognitive Mobile Apps on IBM Watson.
Developed Community Apps on Google People Finder.
Developed STLs and MFCs in VC++.
Integrated Intervowen and UltraSeek.
Integrated Interwoven and Siteminder.
Integrated Drupal and Alfresco.
Integrated IPFS and Hashgraph.
Worked with Hyperledger Sawtooth.
Developed Private Networks in Multichain.
Deployed IOTA on Raspberry Pi.
Developed State Machines on Stateless4j.
Developed Data Structures in C.
Invented Cross Domain Bloom Filter.
Invented Citizen Safety Platform.
Designed Video Encryption Protocols.
Developed Quantum Apps on IBM Q
Developed Quantum Algorithms in Rigetti Grove
This list is ever growing and evolving collection.
Just a march through the memory lanes …
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Write ups about Quantum Computing is creating ripples in and around our technology communities for sometime now. Every week we are hearing that research divisions in Universities and leading Technology giants are building quantum computers in search of ‘Quantum Supremacy’. While this race is on the course, I must say that this trend is defining a major turn around for the upcoming generations. Data Structures will diffuse into thousands of energy structures such as the combinations of entropy, noise, mechanics, diffusion, reflection, interpolation, convergence, radiance, fractals. etc. Information will become isomorphic to experiences and hence it will be emergence of digital consciousness in its polymorphic manifestations.
The world is gradually transitioning from information society towards natural society through the sands of time. It may take a while since we are in the midst of another journey. We are consciously cultivating a machine learning driven syntellectic age of converging intelligence categories. Cognitive Informatics experts were critical about the undue importance given to artificial intelligence since the advent of the hype around AI and Deep learning. Pursuit for machine intelligence and the synthesis of human intelligence with artificial intelligence and machine consciousness has taken us into the warps of convoluted theories.
Quantum Computing is taking us back to ground zero. Nature has quite a lot of bewildering possibilities and permutations left in its array of knowledge. From weather patterns to image structures, quantum computers can make our measurements and experiences more precise and contemplative. We have to get back to our physical laboratories and start experimenting with fertile materials and their infinite properties and behaviors. This article is just a brief post to mention that physical world is still far more diverse and versatile ground for computational experiments.