Google has teamed up with Doublespeak Games to create a game that will teach students about quantum computing. The duo created ‘The Qubit Game,’ which simulates the obstacles that quantum engineers encounter on a regular basis.
The game is intended to draw students’ and other enthusiasts’ attention to the burgeoning field of quantum computing. It will be made available to students with other quantum learning aids and will be playable in a classroom setting.
Google Quantum AI, said, “If you succeed, you’ll discover new
In a blog post, Abe Asfaw, Head of Education, Google Quantum AI, said, “If you succeed, you’ll discover new upgrades for your in-game quantum computer, complete large research projects, and hopefully become a little more curious about how we’re building quantum computers.”
Classical computers compute in bits represented by 0s and 1s, whereas quantum computers compute in bits represented by 0s and 1s. Quantum computers use qubits to solve issues that traditional computers can’t comprehend.
When conducting experiments and running applications in domains ranging from the energy business to new drug discovery methods, a greater qubit count can allow users to explore challenges at a new degree of complexity.
According to a survey by research firm IDC, the global quantum computing market is expected to increase from $412 million in 2020 to $8.6 billion in 2027, with a compound annual growth rate of 50.9 percent over the projection period of 2021-2027.