Pushpendra Singh and Anirban Bandyopadhyay Can we take a classical computer and replace all components with their quantum analog or counterpart, will it become a
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The architecture of confusion: How ancient Hindu schools went beyond the culture of arguments?
This article is a tutorial for the book Nanobrain: The making of an artificial brain made of a time crystal. One of the primary concepts
What is memory in the brain? How many different kinds of memories in the brain?
Vibrations holds the key, for everything. Until now, we were considering that the vibrations and rhythms are only key to some enzyme cycles. But our
How many different kinds of rhythms are there in our brain?
Sound is a mechanical rhythm and we have 12 different rhythms in the brain, like 1. Electromagnetic rhythm, [carrier is photon or electromagnetic wave is
Ten inventions that we contributed from NIMS, Japan and would consolidate in the next 10 years (2016-2026)
Information Theory: A new information theory. FIT or Fractal Information Theory. This is a new way of computing or decision-making by fractal
Why existing information theory EIT would fail to resolve the data deluge problem?
Information if considered as “bits” or “Qubits” contains no information, this is a reality. 10 reasons why Existing Information Theory, EIT though applied in Classical