Quantum noise protects quantum classifiers against adversaries

20 Mar 2020 Yuxuan Du Min-Hsiu Hsieh Tongliang Liu DaCheng Tao Nana Liu

Noise in quantum information processing is often viewed as a disruptive and difficult-to-avoid feature, especially in near-term quantum technologies. However, noise has often played beneficial roles, from enhancing weak signals in stochastic resonance to protecting the privacy of data in differential privacy... (read more)

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