QUANTUM COMPUTING

Building the building blocks

Large-scale quantum computations are hampered by the propagation of errors. Experiments have now demonstrated the deterministic teleportation of a quantum gate, which prevents error propagation by using a combination of quantum and classical bits.

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Fig. 1: Quantum computing architecture concepts.

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Isaac Chuang serves on the scientific advisory board of Quantum Circuits, Inc.

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Chuang, I. Building the building blocks. Nature Phys 14, 974–975 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41567-018-0296-4

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