Qubits, gates, loops, and measurement operators are all part of the TFQ, which is used to define quantum computations.
TensorFlow Quantum (TFQ), a library for rapid prototyping of hybrid quantum-classical ML models, is celebrating its first birthday. TFQ is seen as a turning point in the company's efforts to create hybrid quantum and classic machine learning models, which it has been promoting for years.
Computing with TensorFlow
TFQ has brought exciting tools and features for quantum computing research since its introduction at the TensorFlow developer summit in 2020. The University of Waterloo, X, and Volkswagen collaborated on the creation of TFQ. It combines Cirq and TensorFlow to provide high-level abstractions for both discriminative and generative quantum-classical model design and implementation. Researchers may use TFQ to get quantum computing primitives that are compatible with TensorFlow APIs, as well as high-performance quantum circuit simulators.
Qubits, gates, loops, and measurement operators are all part of the TFQ, which is used to define quantum computations. It enables users to perform user-specific computations in either simulation or on actual hardware.
Cirq includes a lot of tools for designing and running powerful algorithms on quantum circuit simulators and, finally, quantum processors.
It has previously been applied to hybrid quantum-classical convolutional neural networks, machine learning for quantum control, layer-wise learning for quantum neural networks, quantum dynamics learning, generative modeling of mixed quantum states, reinforcement learning, and other applications.
TensorFlow Quantum 0.5.0 will be released shortly, with more support for distributed workloads, several additional quantum-centric features, and performance improvements.
TensorFlow Quantum 0.5.0: What to Expect
With its latest 54-qubit processor, Sycamore, Google asserted Quantum Supremacy in 2019, and TFQ 0.5.0 is expected to speed up the company's quantum computing efforts even further.
Here are a few things to look forward to:
Expanding quantum research's horizons: While quantum computing has made significant progress in recent years, research methods for developing practical quantum ML models that can process quantum data and run on today's quantum computers are still missing. Although TFQ has given these resources to researchers, the updated version which provides improved capabilities that can aid in the speeding up of research in medical sciences, weather sciences, and other fields.
Accelerating Google quantum research: Google has made quantum computing research a priority in order to push the limits of quantum computing and machine learning. Study on quantum chemistry, microwaves in quantum computing, and other topics are among the current focus areas. Google is leading the way in real-world quantum computing experiments, not just simulations.
Improvements to simulation benchmarks: TFQ 0.5.0 is expected to vastly improve simulation vs. Cirq benchmarks, which are intended for quantum computing researchers who want to run and build algorithms that use current quantum computers.
Speed up implementation: TFQ 0.5.0 is supposed to not only speed up quantum science, but it will also make it easier to test concepts that would otherwise go untested. Implementation, according to researchers, is a common impediment to new and interesting ideas. Many projects get stuck at the design stage due to challenges in translating the concept into practice, which TFQ makes easy.
TensorFlow Quantum is mainly oriented towards executing quantum circuits on classical-quantum circuit simulators at the moment. Future versions of TFQ may be able to run quantum circuits on existing quantum processors funded by Cirq, such as Google's Sycamore machine. Researchers hope to extend the range of custom simulation hardware that supports GPU and TPU integration with TFQ 0.5.0.
Obtain quantum advantage in machine learning: Researchers anticipate that TFQ 0.5.0 would help in the pursuit of quantum advantage in machine learning.
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Source - Analytics India Magazine, Tensorflow