Error suppression opens pathway to common quantum computing — ScienceDaily

A scientist on the College of Sydney has achieved what one quantum business insider has described as “one thing that many researchers thought was unimaginable.” Dr Benjamin Brown from the College of Physics has developed a kind of error-correcting code for quantum computer systems that may unencumber extra {hardware} to do helpful calculations. It additionally offers an method that may permit corporations like Google and IBM to design higher quantum microchips. He did this by making use of already recognized code that operates in three-dimensions to a two-dimensional framework. “The…

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