Infinite Data Sharing and Storage through… light
According to recent discoveries, the humanity is close as never to the era of cyber computing. Things like storage limits, data transfer and sharing speed limits will become a thing of the past.
Two studies were carried out on the behaviours of light. The first one was in nature photonics and it was based on the ability to encrypt data in twisted light, send it across a vacuum and then receives it at the other end. The research showed that data could be transmitted by the use of photons made in a limitless array of orbital angular momentum structures. The other research showed that data can also be shared if laser beams are used to stabilise the spin of electrons, but it was overlooked for a while despite how important it is. Scientists designed a way to use laser beams to arrange atomic spins and make it possible to rewrite their pattern, therefore make it possible to rewrite spintonic circuits.
The devices used now, use circuits with intricate and patterns that get smaller every time, that transmit electrical signals in the form of zeros and ones in binary codes; but scientists had already anticipated that, the limit for the data that could be stored on such circuits was finite and we would reach it eventually. If a chip is made it can only be used in one way and the pattern is limited. Quantum computing however will not have any sort of finite upper limit. The research by CCNY and Berkeley creates the possibility for quantum computing. In previous studies it was discovered that data could be transferred using entangled electrons, but electrons spin rapidly, randomly and unpredictably that they can’t be used to store information and store data.
The study by CCNY and Berkeley show that they could manipulate laser beams to stabilise the spin of electrons, and align and pattern their nuclei and their electrons. This could avoid the random switching of the electrons and change the future for quantum computing. These two researches have proven that the future of computers is limitless; there are great possibilities and many new discoveries to be made.