Quantum Computing Will Personalize Higher Education

Ray Schroeder Interviewed by Helix Education

“I will begin with a caveat,” Ray told us. “As we get into this area, we have to be aware of privacy rights and potential issues.” If a student is willing to share background information, then quantum can take control of designing programs. Even while the course is underway, it can adapt to the student’s achievements and abilities as well as backfill where they might be a little foggy. “This requires developing two pools of data sets,” Ray said. “Those of the students and those of engagement. Then of course, creating a relational database for the outcomes.”


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