QRUISE - ML for Quantum Technologies - Building the Qruise AI Physicist

Start-up pitch AI Application ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORKS DATA MANAGEMENT DEEP LEARNING EDGE COMPUTING HARDWARE MODEL DRIFT PROCESS OPTIMIZATION RESEARCH SOFTWARE

2023-02-09 | 04:30 PM - 05:00 PM | Start-up pitch Stage 1

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Building useful quantum computers is a daunting task, with thousands of parameters to be characterised and calibrated. As a result, progress has been slow, with median per-operation error rates well above 0.1% for almost a decade [1,2,3].To make progress, Qruise is building a machine learning physicist, to work alongside human physicists in the task of characterizing the exact minute details of each device fabricated, and then control and calibrate each quantum operation.Most importantly, the digital twin created by the Qruise software will allow physicists to identify the causes of imperfections in the operation of current-generation hardware, thus focusing the efforts and maximizing the improvement in the next-generation devices.

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[3][2022] https://research.ibm.com/blog/eagle-quantum-processor-performance