Oxford team claims secure 'quantum computing from home' breakthrough

Verifiable blind quantum computing promises ultra-secure access to cloud quantum services

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Oxford team claims secure quantum computing from home breakthrough
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Oxford team claims secure quantum computing from home breakthrough

A team of scientists at Oxford University Physics department claim to have achieved a significant breakthrough in the field of quantum computing, with a new method that promises guaranteed security and privacy when using cloud services remotely.

According to the researchers, this breakthrough could pave the way for individuals and companies to access advanced quantum computers in the cloud remotely, potentially form home or an office, with...

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