Scientists have long hoped that computer mechanics can be used to simulate quantum mechanics and understand the principles behind it, but the calculations are often quite complicated. The artificial intelligence technology that has matured in recent years is expected to greatly improve its performance and make the whole process faster.
The study of quantum mechanics is a very important part of the physics community, but to accurately simulate changes in the quantum system, involving quite complex operations, even supercomputers need to be processed for a long time. Recently, however, joint research from the Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne, France, the United Kingdom, and the United States has used artificial intelligence technology and neural network architecture to simulate large-scale quantum systems, and to take advantage of artificial intelligence to improve computing performance.
With this method, quantum physicists can more effectively study complex large-scale quantum systems to understand more quantum behavior changes, especially in the development of quantum computers.EPFLxx