Researchers at Toppan in Japan have developed techniques to improve error correction in optical quantum computers and are also working on quantum machine learning.
Toppan has a focus on materials and smart cards but has been developing quantum technology to keep smartcards secure and boost healthcare diagnostic techniques.
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The research overs optical quantum computing delves into a new method of computation developed through a collaboration between Toppan and blueqat that can boost quantum error correction technologies. This is a key part of the development of high-speed optical quantum computers.
Toppan says it will continue to collaborate with blueqat to achieve the aim of using this computational method to solve specific issues, such as those related to error correction and quantum teleportation.
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Other research is evaluating the performance of machine learning on quantum computers, compared to traditional AI techniques. Toppan is aiming to use quantum AI across its business, for example by enhancing the accuracy and efficiency of inspection processes at factories.
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