Posts tagged with: University of Innsbruck

Compact Quantum Computer for Server Centers

IMAGE: The compact quantum computer fits into two 19-inch server racks.  View more.  Image Credit:  University of Innsbruck  Over the past three decades, fundamental groundwork for building quantum computers has...

Robot’s Learning Time Significantly Sped-Up Thanks to Quantum Computing

Robots Learn Faster with Quantum Technology Read More… +  “We have shown, for the first time, a learning task — or more precisely a reinforcement learning technique — that exploits...

Controlling Quantum Emitters Remotely

Remote con­trol for quan­tum emitters Quantum technologies are enabled by precise control of the state and interactions of individual quantum objects. Innsbruck physicists have now proposed a way to remotely...

Quantum Technology + Artificial Intelligence = Fast Learning Robots

Robots learn faster with quantum technology Artistic impression of the quantum learning concept. (© Rolando Barry, University of Vienna) Artificial intelligence is part of our modern life by enabling machines...

There’s a Lot to Topological Materials and the Application to Quantum Computing

There’s a Lot to Topological Materials and the Application to Quantum Computing Randomized measurements reveal topological quantum states Key points… +  Topological materials – materials that have surface properties very...

Research Group Proposes Protocols Which Enable Measurement of Topological Invariants

Research Group Proposes Protocols Which Enable Measurement of Topological Invariants Protocol identifies fascinating quantum states Points to note… +  Nowadays, modern quantum simulators offer a wide range of possibilities to...