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Surprising Quantum Source Yields Info Advantage

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SINGAPORE, Aug. 13, 2012 — Quantum entanglement may not always be necessary to run quantum computers, new research suggests. Moreover, technologies discovered over the past few years can gain a quantum advantage without entanglement. Until recently, researchers thought that realizing quantum technologies would mean harnessing the most difficult-to-tame properties of the quantum world, such as entanglement. This phenomenon, referred to by Einstein as "spooky action at a distance," can be protected under near-ideal conditions in the lab; elsewhere, however, entanglement is fragile and transient. Now,...Read full article

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