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Latest Development in Quantum Computing Opens New Door to Computing Technology

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  • Aug 11, 2021

We live in a postmodernist society, so the technological era keeps growing at a very rapid rate. Every day a new technology keeps on coming, and scientists always tend to discover new things every day beneficial for mankind. A modern problem needs a modern solution. The IT industry is growing and formulating new and advanced tools, which helps maintain a better solution. Keeping all these things in mind, researchers have successfully developed a new and more efficient computing method for pairing the reliability of a classical computer with the strength of a quantum computer. Quantum computers are highly advance computers, and they run on different algorithms and systems. This new computing method brings different possibilities and opens the door to different algorithms and experiments that are able to bring quantum researchers closer to developing technologies and the new era of technology. Many discoveries are also taking place at an unprecedented rate. The use of these variants of computer technology can be used in many different fields, and it is helpful in maintaining the proper use of machines and tools.

"In the future, quantum computers could be used in a variety of applications, including removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, developing artificial limbs, and developing more efficient drugs," said Christine Muschik, principal investigator at the Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) and member of the Faculty of Physics and Astronomy of the University of Waterloo. The IQC research team, in partnership with the University of Innsbruck, is the first to propose the approach based on measurements in a feedback loop with the normal computer, inventing a new approach. Its method is resource-efficient and therefore can Use small quantum states as they adapt to specific types of problems. Hybrid computing, in which a regular computer's processor and a quantum coprocessor are paired in a feedback loop, gives researchers a solution that is more robust and flexible than trying to do a quantum com alone computer to use. When building hybrid computers based on quantum gates, Muschik's research team was interested in quantum calculations that can be carried out without gates. They designed an algorithm in which hybrid classical-quantum computing is carried out by performing a sequence of measurements in an entangled quantum state.