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Image recognition with an adiabatic quantum computer I. Mapping to quadratic unconstrained binary optimization

@inproceedings{Neven2008ImageRW,
  title={Image recognition with an adiabatic quantum computer I. Mapping to quadratic unconstrained binary optimization},
  author={Hartmut Neven and Geordie Rose and William G. Macready},
  year={2008}
}
  • Hartmut Neven, Geordie Rose, William G. Macready
  • Published 2008
  • Mathematics, Physics
  • Many artificial intelligence (AI) problems naturally map to NP-hard optimization problems. This has the interesting consequence that enabling human-level capability in machines often requires systems that can handle formally intractable problems. This issue can sometimes (but possibly not always) be resolved by building special-purpose heuristic algorithms, tailored to the problem in question. Because of the continued difficulties in automating certain tasks that are natural for humans, there… CONTINUE READING

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