Lack of symmetry in qubits can't fix errors in quantum computing, but might explain matter/antimatter imbalance

Lack of symmetry in qubits can’t fix errors…

[ad_1] LOS ALAMOS, N.M., Feb. 22, 2021—A team of quantum theorists seeking to cure a basic problem with quantum annealing computers—they have to run at a relatively slow pace to operate properly—found something intriguing instead.…

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Topological insulators could offer a way to harness…

[ad_1] A broad class of quantum materials could be used to create particles that may find use in quantum computers, calculations by two RIKEN theoretical physicists have predicted1.Nearly every fundamental particle has an antiparticle counterpart…

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New Advances Using Exotic Matter May Lead to…

[ad_1] In the 1960s, an exotic phase of matter known as an excitonic insulator was proposed. Decades later, evidence for this phase was found in real materials. Recently, particular attention has centered on Ta2NiSe5 because…