A high-tech jamming session, through which a blend of live human and computer-generated sounds came together to create a unique performance piece, has been created thanks to "spooky action at a distance."

Quantum teleportation is the ability to instantaneously transmit quantum information over vast distances, with scientists having previously used it to send information from Earth to an orbiting satellite over 870 miles away. In a recent study, Dr. Alexis Kirke at the University of Plymouth describes how he used a system called MIq (Multi-Agent Interactive qgMuse), where an IBM quantum computer executes a methodology called Grover's Algorithm, to create dynamic solving of musical logical rules which, for example, could prevent dissonance or keep to ¾ instead of common time.

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