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Photons, however, just pass right through each other without noticing. The simple way to implement quantum operations is actually very, very hard using photons. Instead, you have to use multiple combinations of linear operators. What is the difference? Put it like this: But, in a linear operation, the number of photons is preserved, and only their paths are modified. To perform a two-qubit operation you need a minimum of one gate and three qubits—two that are being operated on, and one controlling the operation.
To perform the same operation using only linear operations as required for photons requires four qubits and four gates. The complexity grows horribly quickly. This is where the shift from physics to engineering is required. To implement a single gate is complex but doable.
But, what about implementing all possible gates for, say, two qubits? That requires the design of a custom integrated optical chip.
This is where the engineers come in. The chip that the researchers produced is quite remarkable. It takes in a single laser light source and, from there, generates pairs of photonic qubits. The qubits then pass through a single gate that consists of a maze of interferometers the linear operation used to construct the gates. Each waveguide has a small heating element attached that allows the researchers to control the exact distance the photons travel between and in each interferometer.
This control determines the path that photons take through the maze. Or more specifically, the control, combined with the quantum state of the photon, determines the path through the maze. The researchers demonstrated this by implementing 98 different two-qubit gates on the same hardware. And, along with each, they performed a full set of measurements about 1, measurements per gate.
The gates are about as reliable as any others you will find in the quantum computing world, which is to say that operations complete successfully around 93 percent of the time.
For comparison , ion-based quantum computers are at 95 to 99 percent and superconducting quantum computers are around 90 to 95 percent. To show that the chip was capable of more than just a single operation, the researchers showed that you can run an optimization algorithm on it. So, why am I excited? The point is that this paper shows that many of the big problems have been overcome. The researchers showed that you can design, fabricate, and control a chip with the precision required for programmable quantum computing.
There is not much to stop the design of the gate from being scaled up to more elaborate circuits that could run bigger programs if the chip had enough qubits and they could be detected.
Therein lie a couple of potential stumbling points. The photon detectors were not on the chip. Instead the light was piped out to external detectors.
For two qubits just two external detectors , that is feasible. For qubits, that is probably not going to work.
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