Feb 24, 2024

Qubits are notoriously prone to failure — but building them from a single laser pulse may change this

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Qubits are normally made from superconducting metals and need to be cooled to near absolute zero to avoid collapsing. But scientists just built an error-free “logical qubit” from a single laser pulse — and it works at room temperature.

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