International researchers have manipulated small numbers of bound photons, scattering off an artificial atom. This unprecedented achievement represents an important landmark in the development of quantum technologies.
Google researchers demonstrated they could reduce errors in calculations while increasing the number of physical quantum bits (qubits) in a 'logical qubit,' a building block of large-scale quantum computers.
A UK University team developed a system able to transport information from one chip to another with a reliability of 99.999993% at record speeds.
Quantum brain processes could explain why we can still outperform supercomputers when it comes to unforeseen circumstances, decision making, or learning something new, while the discovery may also shed light on consciousness.
Another record has been broken on the way to fully operational and capable quantum computers: the complete control of a 6-qubit quantum processor in silicon. Researchers are calling it "a major stepping stone" for the technology.
A new method for entwining the fates of fragments of light has overcome some serious obstacles on the road to photon-based quantum computing.
Physicists have just taken an amazing step towards quantum devices that sound like something out of science fiction.
Australian scientists and Microsoft Corporation invented a single chip that can generate control signals for thousands of qubits, when the world’s biggest quantum computers currently operate with just 50 or so qubits.
An ambitious plan to build a quantum computer the size of a soccer field could soon become a reality. A startup founded by the researchers behind the idea has just come out of stealth with $4.5 million in funding.
Quantum teleportation is an key way to transmit info in quantum computing. In a new step forward, researchers say it may be possible between electrons.