Urmila Mahadev spent eight years in the master's program in search of an answer to one of the most basic questions of quantum computing: how do we know that the quantum computer did at least something at the quantum level?
In the spring of 201? Urmila Mahadev was in a good position, in terms of the majority of graduate students. She has just solved the most important problem of quantum computing - the field of computer studies, deriving its capabilities from the strange laws of quantum physics. Together with her earlier works, Mahadev’s new result describing the so-called “Blind computation,” ...[/h]