The Weekly Quantum Digest: Scientists Are Chipping Away at Spooky Action at a Distance

Quantum chips get even spookier, cooling LEGOs and more in this week’s digest of quantum news. 

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“Each chip was then fully programmed to perform a range of demonstrations which utilize the entanglement. The flagship demonstration was a two-chip teleportation experiment, whereby the individual quantum state of a particle is transmitted across the two chips after a quantum measurement is performed. This measurement utilizes the strange behavior of quantum physics, which simultaneously collapses the entanglement link and transfers the particle state to another particle already on the receiver chip.” New Atlas


Why Scientists Supercooled LEGO Bricks to Near Absolute Zero — Popular Mechanics

Quantum Chip Brings Advances in Cryptography — EE Times

Chinese Scientists Make Breakthrough in Quantum Computing — Dunya News

Caltech Researchers Develop Breakthrough Quantum Algorithm — Pasadena Now

Device Splits and Recombines Superconducting Electron Pairs —

Quantum Computing: The Certainty of the Uncertain — Who’s Who Legal


Quantum Computing Could Solve Problems We Don’t Even Know We Have — Macleans

2019 Was a Huge Year for Quantum Computing — The Next Web

IQM CEO: Europe Could Lead the Quantum Computing Revolution — Venture Beat 

The 2020 Bitcoin Massacre: How Quantum Computing Threatens Cryptocurrency And What Quantum Resistant Ledger Does That Most Others Should — Crypto Daily 

Dr. Xiang Xie: Algorithm Scientist at PlatON, a Global Trustless Computing Network, Discusses Impact of Lattice-based Cryptography on Digital Asset Platforms’ — Crowdfund Insider 

Scotland’s Quantum Computing Startup, M Squared, is Taking Lightsabers to a Whole New Level — The Quantum Daily


Why I Dislike What “Quantum Supremacy” is Doing to Computing Research — Arstechnica


Atomic Physicist — Honeywell

Postdoctoral Fellow in Quantum Photonics — Stockholm University

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Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne
Matt Swayne is a contributor at The Quantum Daily. He focuses on breaking news about quantum discoveries and quantum computing. Matt enjoys working on -- and with -- startups and is currently working on a media studies master's degree, specializing in science communication.

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