Quantum Interaction is an emerging discipline in artificial intelligence combining mathematics, physics, cognitive and computer sciences. Quantum interaction uses insights, techniques, and models developed in quantum physics and applies them in new areas of informatics.
Applications of quantum informatics have so far included organizational dynamics, economics, information retrieval, linguistics, and biomedical informatics.
Quantum Interaction conferences provide a debating ground for applications of formal concepts of quantum theory to areas outside physics. Quantum Interaction has developed into an emerging, exciting interdisciplinary area of science, combining research topics in mathematics, physics, psychology, economics, cognition, linguistics and computer science.
Quantum Interaction 2018 will be held on September 3rd to 5th in Sophia antipolis
The 2018 Quantum Interaction (QI) conference at the Sofia Antipolis University, Nice Graduate School of Management in the Saint Jean D’Angelys Campus, follows from a list of previous successful meetings, including at Stanford University, Oxford University, and the Paris School of Economics. (Information about previous QI conferences can be found atwww.quantuminteraction.org/conferences.)
This conference will cover at least some of the following topics.
- Vectors and similarity / proximity.
- Reasoning with vectors.
- Superposition and the 2-slit experiment and analogies.
- Disjunction effects
- "Classical" vs. "Quantum" modes of thought.
- Deductive vs creative? (Or inductive or partly abductive.)
- Product states. Tensors and entanglement.
· Peter Bruza (Queensland University of Technology; Brisbane, Australia)
· Trevor Cohen (University of Texas; Houston, USA)
· Bob Coecke (Oxford University; UK)
· Ariane Lambert-Mogiliansky (Paris School of Economics; France)
· Dominic Widdows (Grab Technologies, Inc., USA)
- Eric Guercy (Sofia Antipolis Nice, France)
- Ariane Lambert-Mogiliansky (Paris School of Economics; France).
- Bob Coecke (Oxford University; UK)
- Ariane Lambert-Mogiliansky (Paris School of Economics; France)