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Silencing the "Noise" That Can Disrupt Quantum Computing

News   Sep 17, 2019 | Original story from MIT

 
Silencing the "Noise" That Can Disrupt Quantum Computing

MIT and Dartmouth College researchers developed a tool that detects new characteristics of non-Gaussian “noise” that can destroy the fragile quantum superposition state of qubits, the fundamental components of quantum computers. Credit: Image courtesy of the researchers

 
 
 

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