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New Error Correction Trick could Make Quantum Computers 200 Times Smaller

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A researcher working on a quantum computer.

Researchers have been working on reducing the number of physical qubits required to generate error-free logical qubits.

Credit: Alice & Bob

A new error correction approach deployed by researchers at the French National Research Laboratory INRIA and US-based hardware developer Alice & Bob can bring quantum computing closer to deployment, a press release said. The researchers claim to have built 100 reliable logical qubits with as little as 1,500 physical qubits.

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