Quantum Computing in Silicon Hits 99% ​accuracy allowing quantum error correction

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John Clark

Jan 20, 2022, 5:11:18 AMJan 20
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Three different research groups reported in three separate articles in yesterday's issue of the journal Nature that they have achieved better than 99% accuracy in their quantum computers and they did it using the same type of silicon technology that conventional computer chips are made of. With accuracy this high it becomes feasible to use quantum error correction algorithms, and if you could do that then you can scale up small quantum computers indefinitely. This is a news article about it:

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