31 Jan '18, 6pm

Quantum Communications in Your Browser

Quantum Communications in Your Browser

I promised you a little science fiction, so here goes. At the bottom of a crater on the far side of the moon is a quantum communication portal left there by aliens unknown. The portal can only send or receive four qubits at a time. This is inconvenient for us, because we like to use eight bits. After painfully communicating with the aliens for quite some time, we come up with a QC scheme to let either side send eight bits of information using four qubits. This will really cut down on the amount of time it takes us to send the aliens reruns of the Jerry Springer show.

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