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Collaborating researchers from the University of Copenhagen’s Niels Bohr Institute and the University of Bochum (Germany) have developed a chip with scale-up potential that they say will serve as a core component of a quantum simulator. The researchers demonstrated an ability to produce a large enough number of stable photons, encoded with information, to scale up their nanochip device.
The technological advance, the researchers said, charts a direct course for achieving a discernible “quantum advantage,” in which a quantum device successfully solves a computational task with drastically improved speed and efficiency as compared to a supercomputer.
The researchers constructed their chip, which is less than…READ MORE