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Exploring parameter shift for quantum fisher information

Scientists have developed a technique called 'Time-dependent Stochastic Parameter Shift' in the realm of quantum computing and quantum machine learning. This breakthrough method...

Self-correcting quantum computers within reach?

Quantum computers promise to reach speeds and efficiencies impossible for even the fastest supercomputers of today. Yet the technology hasn't seen much scale-up...

Electrical control of quantum phenomenon could improve future electronic devices

A new electrical method to conveniently change the direction of electron flow in some quantum materials could have implications for the development of...

Using sound to test devices, control qubits

Researchers have developed a system that uses atomic vacancies in silicon carbide to measure the stability and quality of acoustic resonators. What's more,...

New quantum effect demonstrated for the first time: Spinaron, a rugby in a ball pit

Experimental physicists have demonstrated a new quantum effect aptly named the 'spinaron.' In a meticulously controlled environment and using an advanced set of...

Major milestone achieved in new quantum computing architecture

Researchers report a significant advance in quantum computing. They have prolonged the coherence time of their single-electron qubit to an impressive 0.1 milliseconds,...

Controlling waves in magnets with superconductors for the first time

Quantum physicists have shown that it's possible to control and manipulate spin waves on a chip using superconductors for the first time. These...

Late not great — imperfect timekeeping places significant limit on quantum computers

Quantum physicists show that imperfect timekeeping places a fundamental limit to quantum computers and their applications. The team claims that even tiny timing...

Optical-fiber based single-photon light source at room temperature for next-generation quantum processing

Single-photon emitters quantum mechanically connect quantum bits (or qubits) between nodes in quantum networks. They are typically made by embedding rare-earth elements in...

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