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Lung diseases or otherwise called respiratory diseases are airborne diseases that affect the lungs and the other tissues of the lungs. Tuberculosis, Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), and Pneumonia are a few instances of lung diseases. If the lung disease is diagnosed and treated in the initial stage, the chances of recovery rate and long-term survival rates can be increased. Usually, lung disease is identified by Chest X-Ray (CXR) image examination, skin test, sputum sample test, Computed Tomography (CT) scan examination, and blood test. Because of its non-invasive and convenient evaluation for overall outcomes of the chest situation, Lung disease can be detected by specialized radiologists on CXR images. In recent times, Deep Learning (DL) applies to medical images for disease detection and has proved an effective technique for detecting disease. The recent advancement of DL supports the detection and classification of lung diseases in medicinal imaging. This article presents an Automated Lung Disease Detection Using Quantum Glowworm Swarm Optimization with Quasi Recurrent Neural Network (QGSO-QRNN) model on CXR imaging. The presented QGSO-QRNN technique focuses on the identification of lung diseases using DL concepts. To accomplish this, the presented QGSO-QRNN technique initially performs image pre-processing by the use of the Gaussian Filtering (GF) technique. Besides, the Faster SqueezeNet approach is exploited for feature vector generation. Finally, the QRNN model is applied for precise classification of lung diseases with the QGSO technique as a hyperparameter optimizer. The investigational assessment of the QGSO-QRNN technique is examined by employing standard medical datasets and the outputs display the promising performance of the QGSO-QRNN technique over other existing techniques by means of diverse measures.