Austrian scientists developed a new approach to universal quantum computing
Austrian scientists developed a new approach to universal quantum computing by proposing a universal gate set for quantum computing that offers robustness to bit-flip errors.
A team from ParityQC and the University of Innsbruck have developed a new method of universal quantum computing based on the ParityQC architecture. The approach proposes a universal gate, where the architecture can perform operations between two or more qubits on a single qubit, for quantum computing with all-in-all connectivity and a robust system to avoid bit-flip (an unintentional state switch from 0 to 1) errors. This method seems to overcome some of the limitations quantum computers face today and could enable the development of a universal quantum computer.