Chinese scientists break world record in quantum entanglement with 18 qubits

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Scientists beat their own record of 10, which was set back in 2016 - and have now targeted 50 qubits

Scientists in China have managed to break a world record in quantum entanglement, hitting a whopping 18 quantum bits, or "qubits" and beating their own record of 10, which was set back in 2016. ...

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