Yeah, this site is for questions about physical principles, not specific technologies. We make these judgments on a case-by-case basis, so you may see some technology-related questions on the site that are perfectly fine, but this would not be one of them.
That being said, I would have to wonder what you mean by "predict quantum probability with 100% certainty." Are you asking about the ability to completely predict the behavior of a quantum system? That is impossible, so asking how to do it wouldn't be appropriate. (Although you can certainly ask why it is impossible.) Are you asking about the ability to predict the wavefunction? That we can already do, although it's impossible to compare it with measurements because you can't measure a wavefunction, at least not on a single quantum system. That's another one where you shouldn't ask how to do it, but you can ask why we can't measure a wavefunction on a single system. Or are you asking something about the accuracy of calculations in perturbation theory? In that case you would have to be more specific, and say what physical system you are talking about, because some of them can be solved and some of them can't.