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Is quantum computing for real?
an interview with Catherine McGeoch of D-Wave Systems

Ubiquity, Volume 2017 Issue July, July 2017 | BY Walter Tichy 


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Consciousness is NP - hard on the underlying neurons which support it. Throwing a competent QC model at the brain would not be sensible though: instead a theory is needed (the situation is unchanged since 1885 when science on the brain -- Lichtheim on aphasias & Ebbinghaus on memory -- began). Two-Part theory is now abroad: 1. Human Cognition 2011 pp441 ISBN 9781654307400; 2. consciousness, Cognition & CURIOSITY: I Think I've Got It! <20Jul17> pp603 eBook committed {subscribe via Vaiha.IN}. 1. is d/dC1 [humanHBF(C1,C2)] /C2 constant (C2 is constant, but unknown); 2. is d/dC2 [humanHBF(C1,C2)] /C1 constant (C1 is constant, documented in [1.]) Together the books define the topology of the interaction of C1 & C2 in human HigherBrainFunction: a [3] X {3} irreducible tensor product defines human Agency (nine-fold degenerate. The 'hard' subjectiveAwareness is one element of these nine.

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