VW And Google Partner To Work On Quantum Computers

Posted: Nov 8 2017, 10:05am CST | by , Updated: Nov 8 2017, 10:07am CST , in Cars & Vehicles

VW and Google Partner to Work on Quantum Computers
Specialists from Volkswagen want to simulate the chemical structure of high-performance electric vehicle batteries. It also is conceivable that such algorithms can simulate metal structures and new materials. Credit: VW
  • Volkswagen Group IT is launching quantum computing in three development areas on a Google quantum computer

Volkswagen and Google Hook Up in Matters having to do with Quantum Computers

Volkswagen is advancing into futuristic times and it is now looking into electronics and automation as forefronts for its vision of tomorrow. Diesel will be a fuel of the past soon as far as Volkswagen is concerned.

As for the vehicles of the times to come, they will be virtual computers on wheels. They will even be connected to computers in turn. So it will all be a smoothly flowing system of electronic connectivity. VW is going to partner with Google in order to build quantum computers that will aid in vehicular construction for our progeny.

Quantum computers have superb processing powers. They are not your ordinary data cruncher. Rather they will help VW in achieving many of its goals. One of these is the management of traffic.

To keep the flow of traffic constant despite narrow roads is quite a task. Yet VW plans on getting this problem solved in an optimal manner. Also AI and machine learning will play key roles in VW’s future drive to excel.

Last but not least, quantum computers can allow VW to manufacture special materials from scratch which will help in the making of EV batteries. VW’s cooperation with Google will hopefully bear fruit in the days ahead.

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