Tag Archives: Quantum Mechanics

A Quantum Leap in Verification

On October 7th 2018, Urmila Mahadev, a graduate student in computer science at University of California, Berkeley, presented a breakthrough algorithm with the power to change quantum computing as we know it. Dr. Thomas Vidick, a professor at the California Institute of Technology and past collaborator with Mahadev on quantum computing, declared Mahadev’s discovery “one of the most outstanding ideas…

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Small Things: Lightly Toasted

Once upon a time, it was the early 20th century and physics was pretty much over. Yes, that’s right. With classical mechanics (remember what we talked about last time?) having been thoroughly thought out by some of the most brilliant scientific minds in history

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