According to recent sources, Advanced Micro Devices has now filed for a patent for the ‘teleportation,’ technology. However, this is not what you are thinking about. But AMD is planning to make things more efficient that could make our life much easier.
Humans are achieving incredible technological feats daily, and Nvidia’s Jensen going off on one last year about GeForce holodecks and time machines, it’s easy for us to imagine that future teleportation from one place to another is just around the corner.
“Finally,” you sigh, mouthing the headline to yourself. “Goodbye work commute, hello popping to Japan for an authentic Ramen on my lunch break.”
However, the reality is still far away from our dream is hard to accept. Folks at Tom’s Hardware has now spotted a new patent filed by the engineers at AMD, and the patent’s name is ‘Look-ahead teleportation for reliable computation in a multi-SIMD quantum processor.’
the title is a dead giveaway that AMD has been researching systems involving quantum teleportation processes for a long time now. And the aim of this patent seems to be to improve the current reliability of quantum computing and even reducing the number of qubits necessary to make accurate calculations.
In the filed patent AMD has added step-by-step diagrams that detail the proposed process. This is an ‘out-of-order execution method that AMD is looking to utilize to lay claim to ensures some Qubits that would be left idle—waiting for their calculation step to come around—can execute independently of a prior result.
So, we are not yet going to achieve our dream of long-distance teleportation just yet, however, if AMD’s designs come through, we could be looking at much more efficient, scalable, and stable quantum computing architecture than we have now.