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The Quantum Weekly Digest — Spooky Action Hits Record Levels on Weird-o-Meter

How spooky is quantum physics? Pretty freaking unknowably spooky, according to researchers and more stories from the quantum realm.  Spotlight Story:  “Albert Einstein famously said that...

Controlling Qubits With Microwave Pulses Reduces Quantum Computer Error Rates, Increases Efficiency

  A new way to use microwave pulses in the design of quantum computers could lead to devices that have error rates 100 times less...

IBM Doubles the Power of its Quantum Computer

New Year, new quantum computing advances. IBM said it now has a 28-qubit system, or about double the quantum volume of the company's previous quantum...

Researchers Develop Benchmark to Better Measure Quantum Performance

Moving quantum computation from the labs and into the real world will require more precise ways to measure performance. Researchers at the Department of...

Researchers Master Chip-to-Chip Quantum Teleportation in a Silicon Chip

Quantum computers may hold the key to solving problems that are too complex for today’s most powerful supercomputers, and a quantum internet could ultimately...

New Method May Help Quantum Algorithms Take a Walk on the Random Side

Randomness governs many things, from the growth of cell colonies and the agglomeration of polymers to the shapes of tendrils that form when you...

Qubits Can Now Talk to Each Other With Long-Distance Silicon Service

Imagine a world where people could only talk to their next-door neighbor, and messages must be passed house to house to reach far destinations. Until...

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.  Spotlight Story:  “Each chip was then fully programmed to perform...

Quantum Weekly Digest — It’s the Dawning of the Quantum Decade

So long Pepsi Generation, the Age of Aquarius, etc. etc. It’s the quantum decade that is upon us, according to some experts. Quantum supremacy,...

Google’s Quantum Computing Lead, John Martinis, Makes Nature’s 2019 Top Moments in Science

Nature named John Martinis as one of the scientists behind 2019's top ten moments in science. Martinis is a physicist who works both at Google...

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