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'Dressed Qubits' With 10X Better Stability Bring Us Closer To Practical Quantum Computers

Engineers from the University of New South Wales, Australia, created a new type of qubit, called "dressed qubit," which uses electromagnetic fields to increase stability by an order of magnitude through protection against external noise.
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