Hands-On Quantum Machine Learning With Python

Frank Zickert
You're interested in quantum computing and machine learning? But you don't know how to get started? Let me help!
Created 14 Aug 2020
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  • Thinking Of Quantum Systems In Linear Algebra
    03 Aug 20211 day ago • 3 min read
    In the previous post, we introduced the notion of a quantum system as a probabilistic system. It is a convenient way if you’re a beginner. Yet, it is far from being comprehensive. We got to know the R...
  • How To Think Of Quantum Computing As A Beginner
    27 Jul 2021 • 3 min read • 2 0
    I’d like to start this week's letter with a little something of my own. For almost a year I write about quantum machine learning on a weekly basis. It started with the post on Quantum Machine Learning...
  • Explaining The Math Of A Quantum Circuit For The Non-Mathematician
    20 Jul 2021 • 6 min read • 4 1
    Do you want to get started with Quantum Machine Learning? Have a look at Hands-On Quantum Machine Learning With Python. You can read today’s post on Medium if you like. In previous posts, I claimed th...
  • Solving The Probabilistic Deutsch and Jozsa Quantum Algorithm
    13 Jul 2021 • 5 min read • 2 0
    In the previous post, we developed a probabilistic version of Deutsch and Jozsa’s quantum algorithm. Deutsch and Jozsa’s original algorithm tells you whether a given function produces constant output ...
  • The Probabilistic Deutsch-Jozsa Quantum Algorithm
    06 Jul 2021 • 6 min read • 1 0
    In a series of previous posts (“An Illustrative Case Of Quantum Advantage” and “Improving The Deutsch And Jozsa Quantum Algorithm”), we looked at one of the first quantum algorithms proving to be expo...
  • Improving The Deutsch And Jozsa Quantum Algorithm
    29 Jun 2021 • 6 min read • 1 0
    There’s good news! The printed version of Hands-On Quantum Machine Learning with Python is now available on Amazon! If you prefer an ebook, you can order it from LeanPub. If you backed my Kickstarter ...
  • An Illustrative Case Of Quantum Advantage
    22 Jun 2021 • 7 min read
    In my last email, I asked you to vote for the type of emails you want to receive: snippets of posts, full posts, or background stories. The result is clear. 59% of you voted for full posts, 23% voted ...
  • Quantum Computing Isn’t So Different, Is It?
    15 Jun 2021 • 1 min read
    This weekly mail usually contains a snippet of the post I just published on Medium with a link to the full post. A few times, I included the entire post in the email. Today, I try something new. Somet...
  • Can I Learn Quantum Computing Without Using So Much Math?
    08 Jun 2021 • 1 min read
    In classical computing, we are used to thinking in boolean states. A term is true or false. A bit is off (0) or on (1). That’s it. It is the basis for all our algorithms. With boolean logic and with o...
  • Thinking About A Career As A Quantum Machine Learning Engineer?
    02 Jun 2021 • 1 min read • 1 0
    Quantum computing has the potential to be the most disruptive technology of the 21st century. It is a different form of computation that builds upon quantum mechanics, and it promises to solve problem...