AI model uses quantum math to learn like a human

Could the next big breakthrough in machine learning come from the world of finance?

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Two hedge fund quants say they have built a machine learning model that—like humans—is able to learn broad ideas from small amounts of data.

Kharen Musaelian and Dario Villani, co-founders of artificial intelligence hedge fund Duality Group, say that by using the math of quantum mechanics to encode data in a richer form, they have created a model with the capacity for abstraction and analogy that might unlock true quantum supremacy.

In a benchmark AI test, reading handwritten digits from the

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