Physicists from Yale University have developed an "error-correcting cat". This device combines the concept of superposition from the famous Schrödinger's cat experiment, and the ability to fix some of the persisting problems with quantum computation.

The Yale team presented their report regarding the stabilization and operation of a Kerr-cat qubit, or their error-correcting cat, in the latest Nature journal. Michael Devoret, FW Beinecke Professor of Applied Physics and Physics, serves as the senior author for the study.

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