Unfortunately, because QM laws are counterintuitive, predictions in one area instantly creates unpredictability in another area.
For example, the more one comes closer to measuring the position of a particle the less predictable the measurement will be regarding its momentum as stated by the Heisenberg uncertainty principle. The result here are different outcomes when measuring position and then momentum compared to momentum and then position.
In addition, particles can be paired and entangled, which results in an action where if one of the entangled particles characteristics are altered (influenced) its pair will instantaneously alter to match its entangled twin. This instantaneous action is regardless of the distance between the entangled twins.