Scientists in China achieve quantum entanglement record with 18 qubits

Lee Bell
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Quantum scientists beat their own record of 10 set in 2016

Quantum computing researchers in China have broken their own record for quantum entanglement, reaching 18 quantum bits or 'qubits' - and have now set their sights on pushing that number up to 50.  ...

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