Scientists develop way for silicon to more easily manipulate qubits for faster quantum computing

Lee Bell
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Method can alter qubits' electronic fields without need for artificial agents

Researchers in the US and the Netherlands have discovered a way of using silicon to more easily manipulate quantum bits, or qubits, for devices in quantum computing. Developed by scientists at P...

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