Brain and Quantum Computing

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This article explores consciousness, in the light of Saint Amit Ray's theory of Quantum Attention Functions (QAFs). QAF framework is now applicable to neuroscience, and it provides quantum physicists, neuroscientists, AI scientists, and psychologists an alternative conceptual framework for describing consciousness and the neural processing inside the brain. It can represent more adequately for validating and modeling the growing number of empirical neuroimaging studies of brain and consciousness. The Amit Ray's QAF models of consciousness could, in principle help to lead the way to a new theory of physics that could renovate the serious issues in quantum mechanics. Ray's notion of quantum attention function in the brain broadly fits into this emerging field of quantum biology, quantum neuroscience, neuropsychology and quantum machine learning. He has developed a dense framework of quantum consciousness, incorporating quantum physics, neuropsychology, neuroscience and biology. Quantum coherence, quantum entanglement, quantum superposition and wave function collapse are the key components of the QAF model of quantum consciousness. It provides a stronger and more comprehensive view of quantum consciousness, brain and qualia.