Posts tagged with: University of Vienna

Quantum Correlations at the Macro-Scale: Can We See Them?

One of the most fundamental features of quantum physics is Bell nonlocality: the fact that the predictions of quantum mechanics cannot be explained by any local (classical) theory. This has...

Atomic Institute of TU Wien Develops Quantum Cryptographic Keys Faster, Far More Robust Against Interference

Quantum cryptography Records with Higher-Dimensional Photons Quantum cryptography is one of the most promising quantum technologies of our time: Exactly the same information is generated at two different locations, and...

Getting the Output Right: Team Takes to Task Achieving Full Advantage of Quantum Computing

Quantum computers are advancing at a rapid pace and are already starting to push the limits of the world's largest supercomputers. Yet, these devices are extremely sensitive to external influences...

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle and Quantum Information, Both Under the Microscope

A football is not a quantum particle. There are crucial differences between the things we know from everyday life and tiny quantum objects. Quantum phenomena are usually very fragile. To...

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...

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...
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