Dr. Marvin Weinstein comes to Google to discuss Dynamic Quantum Clustering (DQC), a novel approach to data analysis using concepts from quantum mechanics. Dr. Weinstein provides an introduction to the ideas behind DQC and discuss its application towards various fields, including cancer diagnoses and identifying early Alzheimer’s signals.
Dr. Marvin Weinstein worked as a theoretical physicist at Stanford’s SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory for 42 years. While at SLAC, he co-developed Dynamic Quantum Clustering, a novel algorithm for performing density mapping on unstructured data. He is currently the CEO of Quantum Insights, a company that consults on the application of Dynamic Quantum Clustering (DQC) to analyzing large, complex datasets. Dr. Weinstein received his PhD from Columbia University and completed his postdoc at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton.