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### October 16: Quantum ML meets Image Understanding






 When: Oct 16, 10am



 Where: online <br>



https://fzjuelichde.zoom.us/j/64119883505?pwd=NzdnNDIxNWhHN2FtQnRUcWpIMFc1dz09<br>



Meeting ID: 641 1988 3505<br>



Passcode: 060026<br>






**Toward quantum advantage in practically significant problems: with applications in processing satellite images and Earth observation**






Invited talk by Soronzonbold Otgonbaatar, DLR






**slides**: link[231016_QML_Soronzonbold.Otgonbaatar_dlr.de__Soronzonbold_Otgonbaatar_talk.pdf](uploads/e9a58bb8da380b5b1f4c4e25aad7a216/231016_QML_Soronzonbold.Otgonbaatar_dlr.de__Soronzonbold_Otgonbaatar_talk.pdf)






**Abstract:**



We first review the current state of the art of quantum computing for Earth observation and satellite images. There are the persisting challenges of profiting from quantum advantage, and finding the optimal sharing between highperformance computing (HPC) and quantum computing (QC), i.e. the HPC+QC paradigm, for computational EO problems and Artificial Intelligence (AI) approaches. Secondly, we assess some quantum models transpiled into a Clifford+T universal gate set, where the Clifford+T quantum gate set sheds light on the quantum resources required for deploying quantum models either on an HPC system or several QCs. If the Clifford+T quantum gate set cannot be simulated efficiently on an HPC system then we can apply a quantum computer and its computational power over conventional computers. Our resulting quantum resource estimation demonstrates that Quantum Machine Learning (QML) models, which do not comprise a large number of Tgates, can be deployed on an HPC system during the training and validation process; otherwise, we can execute them on several QCs. Namely, QML models having a sufficient number of Tgates provide the quantum advantage if and only if they generalize on unseen data points better than their classical counterparts deployed on the HPC system, and they break the symmetry in their weights at each learning iteration like in conventional deep neural networks. As an initial innovation, we estimate the quantum resources required for some QML models. Secondly, we define the optimal sharing between an HPC+QC system



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