Posts tagged with: Noise

Q-CTRL, University of Sydney Devise Machine Learning Technique to Pinpoint Quantum Errors

Researchers at the University of Sydney and quantum control startup Q-CTRL today [July 29, 2021] announced a way to identify sources of error in quantum computers through machine learning, providing...

U.S. DoD Funded Machine Learning Enabling Photonic Quantum System Corrections of Battlefield Quantum Technologies

Machine learning shows potential to enhance quantum information transfer   RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, N.C. – Army-funded researchers demonstrated a machine learning approach that corrects quantum information in systems composed of photons,...

Finicky Things! University of Cambridge has Contrieved a Method to Calm the Qubits

Hidden symmetry could be key to more robust quantum systems, researchers find Researchers have found a way to protect highly fragile quantum systems from noise, which could aid in the...

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...

Natural Language Processing: Is it Quantum Native? CQC Says “Yes”

Cambridge Quantum Computing Posts Foundational Scientific Papers On ‘Meaning Aware’ Quantum Natural Language Processing Cambridge Quantum Computing (CQC) today announced that it has built on earlier advances in “meaning- aware”...

Navigating Qubit-Qubit Interactions in a Disturbing Environment

Liberating Quantum Processors from Parasitic Interactions Creating perfect entanglement – a basic prerequisite for the success of quantum computers – requires full control over all qubit-qubit interactions. Until now, this...