**How Scientists Have Learned To Work With the Quantum World**

“Quantum computers, as their name implies, operate on the bizarre principles of quantum mechanics to manipulate information, and are poised to revolutionize our computing capabilities. (– Werner Heisenberg, a quantum mechanics pioneer, Physics and Philosophy, p. 186)” Enrique Blair (pictured): The history of quantum mechanics 13:16 | Quantum superposition | Quantum superposition 21:50 | Schrödinger’s | Quantum entanglement 32:58 | Applications of quantum mechanics | Applications of quantum mechanics | Quantum supremacy 55:32 | Quantum communication | Quantum communication 58:47 | Quantum mechanics can, however, generate random numbers because there is no specific prior position. In the quantum world, when you measure something, you kind of mess around with the wave equation when you measure it.

Article from Walter Bradley Center for Natural and Artificial Intelligence.