quantum guerrilla physics

A stitch in time: an Australian guerrilla physicist invents an error-correcting code for quantum computers

Dr. Benjamin Brown: ‘(…) It’s a bit like knitting. Each row is like a one-dimensional line. You knit row after row of wool and, over time, this produces a two-dimensional panel of material.’

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Kopjes Kattenoppas

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tech ethicist | convivial solipsist | bâtaphysicist | qbist

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