Quantum World Information and Simulation Environment (QWISE) is a development approach to a classical-quantum hybrid platform for creating large-scale simulations that can model complex social and environmental systems. The Reference World Information Synthetic Environment (RWISE) platform is the classical system hosting the new quantum computing simulation engine.  QWISE is designed to support a wide range of simulations, from small-scale experiments to large-scale models of entire regions or countries.

We’re leading the way to Artificial Intelligence/Machine Learning (AI/ML/) with Agent Based quantum computing simulations to the scope and scale of the Metaverse.  We’ve successfully run simple multi-player simulations with a quantum computer and are on the path to replacing our classical computing simulation engine with a quantum engine. Our first use of classical/quantum simulations has been a multi-player, quantum-based simulation of the Indo-Pacific Off-Roads from War where we simulated China, India, Japan, Taiwan, Australia, and the US as named entities.

Our agent-based M&S forecasts how people’s behaviors change with changes to their operating environments.  The extension into quantum computing opens a whole new world in understanding and managing aspects of societies and social interactions. Nothing can be used to explore and address wicked problems better.

The QWISE platform includes a variety of tools and models for building simulations, including models of physical systems, environmental systems, and social systems. The platform is designed to be flexible and customizable, allowing users to add or modify models as needed to create simulations that reflect specific contexts or scenarios.

One key feature of the QWISE platform is its focus on using classical reference data to ensure that simulations are accurate and reliable. Reference data is data that has been collected from real-world systems, and it is used to calibrate and validate simulations. This ensures that simulations accurately reflect the behavior of real-world systems and can be used to make predictions about future behavior.

The QWISE applications may include environmental modeling, disaster management, and campaign planning. It has the potential to provide valuable insights and predictions for a wide range of complex systems and could help to inform policy decisions and improve outcomes for a variety of stakeholders.


About Quantum Computing

Quantum computing is a type of computing that uses quantum-mechanical phenomena, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform operations on data. Unlike classical computing, where data is represented as bits that are either 0 or 1, quantum computing uses quantum bits, or qubits, which can represent a combination of 0 and 1 at the same time. This allows quantum computers to perform many calculations simultaneously, which can lead to significant speedups for certain types of problems.