Posts tagged with: error mitigation

Phasecraft Model Improves Efficiency of Electron Modelling, Quantum Hardware Resources

QUANTUM COMPUTING GETS CLOSER TO USEFUL APPLICATIONS AS PHASECRAFT REVEALS A MORE EFFICIENT METHOD FOR MODELLING ELECTRONS IN MATERIALS One of the most significant challenges in the global R&D effort...

Quantum Software & Firmware Abstraction Visualized

Easily understood visualization of the quantum software stack with the firmware layer in more detail. Worth the read at the link, below. Because Quantum is Coming. Qubit. Quantum firmware and...

Errors, Errors, and More Errors, but Here’s What Could Happen if They Were Corrected…

Good piece for the layperson. Author Stephen Shankland captures the essence of the error-correction and error-mitigation issue keeping quantum computing from arriving. Recommend reading from the source, below. Because Quantum...

Developing Quantum Hardware Demands Characterization and Mitigation of Noise: Monash University

New research to help Australia remain a key player in quantum hardware development Australia has made substantial investments in the development of quantum technologies. Yet Australia is often thought to...

U.S. NIST Develops Approach to Qubit Design, Sidestepping Errors

Error-Prone Quantum Bits Could Correct Themselves, NIST Physicists Show Novel error-correction approach could address a long-standing issue with quantum computers.  This artist’s conception simplifies the ideas in the paper to...

IBM on Maximizing the Power of Cloud-Based Quantum Computing

Rethinking quantum systems for faster, more efficient computation Read More… +  Our team is embarking on a journey toward dramatically more efficient execution of quantum workloads. Real workloads require interactions...