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Quantum entanglement, which Einstein referred to as “a spooky action at a distance,” is one of the many possible quantum systems that physicists have been exploring for potential applications in a wide range of fields. These are at the heart of quantum computing technologies, for example, and the underlying principle behind quantum teleportation and quantum cryptography.

Researchers have yet to explore these quantum systems fully. Realizing the need for better tools to do so, physicists from the Joint Quantum Institute (JQI) and the University of Maryland’s Condensed Matter Theory Center (CMTC) have turned to artificial neural networks, which are constructed to function and pass information like neurons in the brain.

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