1 code implementation • 1 Dec 2021 • Hsin-Yuan Huang, Michael Broughton, Jordan Cotler, Sitan Chen, Jerry Li, Masoud Mohseni, Hartmut Neven, Ryan Babbush, Richard Kueng, John Preskill, Jarrod R. McClean
Quantum technology has the potential to revolutionize how we acquire and process experimental data to learn about the physical world.
no code implementations • 26 Nov 2021 • Masoud Mohseni, Daniel Eppens, Johan Strumpfer, Raffaele Marino, Vasil Denchev, Alan K. Ho, Sergei V. Isakov, Sergio Boixo, Federico Ricci-Tersenghi, Hartmut Neven
In particular, for 90% of random 4-SAT instances we find solutions that are inaccessible for the best specialized deterministic algorithm known as Survey Propagation (SP) with an order of magnitude improvement in the quality of solutions for the hardest 10% instances.
Given the success of deep learning in classical machine learning, quantum algorithms for traditional neural network architectures may provide one of the most promising settings for quantum machine learning.
no code implementations • 11 Feb 2021 • Zijun Chen, Kevin J. Satzinger, Juan Atalaya, Alexander N. Korotkov, Andrew Dunsworth, Daniel Sank, Chris Quintana, Matt McEwen, Rami Barends, Paul V. Klimov, Sabrina Hong, Cody Jones, Andre Petukhov, Dvir Kafri, Sean Demura, Brian Burkett, Craig Gidney, Austin G. Fowler, Harald Putterman, Igor Aleiner, Frank Arute, Kunal Arya, Ryan Babbush, Joseph C. Bardin, Andreas Bengtsson, Alexandre Bourassa, Michael Broughton, Bob B. Buckley, David A. Buell, Nicholas Bushnell, Benjamin Chiaro, Roberto Collins, William Courtney, Alan R. Derk, Daniel Eppens, Catherine Erickson, Edward Farhi, Brooks Foxen, Marissa Giustina, Jonathan A. Gross, Matthew P. Harrigan, Sean D. Harrington, Jeremy Hilton, Alan Ho, Trent Huang, William J. Huggins, L. B. Ioffe, Sergei V. Isakov, Evan Jeffrey, Zhang Jiang, Kostyantyn Kechedzhi, Seon Kim, Fedor Kostritsa, David Landhuis, Pavel Laptev, Erik Lucero, Orion Martin, Jarrod R. McClean, Trevor McCourt, Xiao Mi, Kevin C. Miao, Masoud Mohseni, Wojciech Mruczkiewicz, Josh Mutus, Ofer Naaman, Matthew Neeley, Charles Neill, Michael Newman, Murphy Yuezhen Niu, Thomas E. O'Brien, Alex Opremcak, Eric Ostby, Bálint Pató, Nicholas Redd, Pedram Roushan, Nicholas C. Rubin, Vladimir Shvarts, Doug Strain, Marco Szalay, Matthew D. Trevithick, Benjamin Villalonga, Theodore White, Z. Jamie Yao, Ping Yeh, Adam Zalcman, Hartmut Neven, Sergio Boixo, Vadim Smelyanskiy, Yu Chen, Anthony Megrant, Julian Kelly
QEC also requires that the errors are local and that performance is maintained over many rounds of error correction, two major outstanding experimental challenges.
These constructions explain numerical results showing that with the help of data, classical machine learning models can be competitive with quantum models even if they are tailored to quantum problems.
Given a quantum circuit, a quantum computer can sample the output distribution exponentially faster in the number of bits than classical computers.
no code implementations • 15 Oct 2020 • Frank Arute, Kunal Arya, Ryan Babbush, Dave Bacon, Joseph C. Bardin, Rami Barends, Andreas Bengtsson, Sergio Boixo, Michael Broughton, Bob B. Buckley, David A. Buell, Brian Burkett, Nicholas Bushnell, Yu Chen, Zijun Chen, Yu-An Chen, Ben Chiaro, Roberto Collins, Stephen J. Cotton, William Courtney, Sean Demura, Alan Derk, Andrew Dunsworth, Daniel Eppens, Thomas Eckl, Catherine Erickson, Edward Farhi, Austin Fowler, Brooks Foxen, Craig Gidney, Marissa Giustina, Rob Graff, Jonathan A. Gross, Steve Habegger, Matthew P. Harrigan, Alan Ho, Sabrina Hong, Trent Huang, William Huggins, Lev B. Ioffe, Sergei V. Isakov, Evan Jeffrey, Zhang Jiang, Cody Jones, Dvir Kafri, Kostyantyn Kechedzhi, Julian Kelly, Seon Kim, Paul V. Klimov, Alexander N. Korotkov, Fedor Kostritsa, David Landhuis, Pavel Laptev, Mike Lindmark, Erik Lucero, Michael Marthaler, Orion Martin, John M. Martinis, Anika Marusczyk, Sam McArdle, Jarrod R. McClean, Trevor McCourt, Matt McEwen, Anthony Megrant, Carlos Mejuto-Zaera, Xiao Mi, Masoud Mohseni, Wojciech Mruczkiewicz, Josh Mutus, Ofer Naaman, Matthew Neeley, Charles Neill, Hartmut Neven, Michael Newman, Murphy Yuezhen Niu, Thomas E. O'Brien, Eric Ostby, Bálint Pató, Andre Petukhov, Harald Putterman, Chris Quintana, Jan-Michael Reiner, Pedram Roushan, Nicholas C. Rubin, Daniel Sank, Kevin J. Satzinger, Vadim Smelyanskiy, Doug Strain, Kevin J. Sung, Peter Schmitteckert, Marco Szalay, Norm M. Tubman, Amit Vainsencher, Theodore White, Nicolas Vogt, Z. Jamie Yao, Ping Yeh, Adam Zalcman, Sebastian Zanker
Strongly correlated quantum systems give rise to many exotic physical phenomena, including high-temperature superconductivity.
1 code implementation • 8 Apr 2020 • Frank Arute, Kunal Arya, Ryan Babbush, Dave Bacon, Joseph C. Bardin, Rami Barends, Sergio Boixo, Michael Broughton, Bob B. Buckley, David A. Buell, Brian Burkett, Nicholas Bushnell, Yu Chen, Zijun Chen, Ben Chiaro, Roberto Collins, William Courtney, Sean Demura, Andrew Dunsworth, Daniel Eppens, Edward Farhi, Austin Fowler, Brooks Foxen, Craig Gidney, Marissa Giustina, Rob Graff, Steve Habegger, Matthew P. Harrigan, Alan Ho, Sabrina Hong, Trent Huang, L. B. Ioffe, Sergei V. Isakov, Evan Jeffrey, Zhang Jiang, Cody Jones, Dvir Kafri, Kostyantyn Kechedzhi, Julian Kelly, Seon Kim, Paul V. Klimov, Alexander N. Korotkov, Fedor Kostritsa, David Landhuis, Pavel Laptev, Mike Lindmark, Martin Leib, Erik Lucero, Orion Martin, John M. Martinis, Jarrod R. McClean, Matt McEwen, Anthony Megrant, Xiao Mi, Masoud Mohseni, Wojciech Mruczkiewicz, Josh Mutus, Ofer Naaman, Matthew Neeley, Charles Neill, Florian Neukart, Hartmut Neven, Murphy Yuezhen Niu, Thomas E. O'Brien, Bryan O'Gorman, Eric Ostby, Andre Petukhov, Harald Putterman, Chris Quintana, Pedram Roushan, Nicholas C. Rubin, Daniel Sank, Kevin J. Satzinger, Andrea Skolik, Vadim Smelyanskiy, Doug Strain, Michael Streif, Kevin J. Sung, Marco Szalay, Amit Vainsencher, Theodore White, Z. Jamie Yao, Ping Yeh, Adam Zalcman, Leo Zhou
For problems defined on our hardware graph we obtain an approximation ratio that is independent of problem size and observe, for the first time, that performance increases with circuit depth.
4 code implementations • 6 Mar 2020 • Michael Broughton, Guillaume Verdon, Trevor McCourt, Antonio J. Martinez, Jae Hyeon Yoo, Sergei V. Isakov, Philip Massey, Ramin Halavati, Murphy Yuezhen Niu, Alexander Zlokapa, Evan Peters, Owen Lockwood, Andrea Skolik, Sofiene Jerbi, Vedran Dunjko, Martin Leib, Michael Streif, David Von Dollen, Hongxiang Chen, Shuxiang Cao, Roeland Wiersema, Hsin-Yuan Huang, Jarrod R. McClean, Ryan Babbush, Sergio Boixo, Dave Bacon, Alan K. Ho, Hartmut Neven, Masoud Mohseni
We introduce TensorFlow Quantum (TFQ), an open source library for the rapid prototyping of hybrid quantum-classical models for classical or quantum data.
no code implementations • 9 Dec 2019 • Murphy Yuezhen Niu, Vadim Smelyanskyi, Paul Klimov, Sergio Boixo, Rami Barends, Julian Kelly, Yu Chen, Kunal Arya, Brian Burkett, Dave Bacon, Zijun Chen, Ben Chiaro, Roberto Collins, Andrew Dunsworth, Brooks Foxen, Austin Fowler, Craig Gidney, Marissa Giustina, Rob Graff, Trent Huang, Evan Jeffrey, David Landhuis, Erik Lucero, Anthony Megrant, Josh Mutus, Xiao Mi, Ofer Naaman, Matthew Neeley, Charles Neill, Chris Quintana, Pedram Roushan, John M. Martinis, Hartmut Neven
In this work, we derive the non-Markovian dynamics between TLS and qubits during a SWAP-like two-qubit gate and the associated average gate fidelity for frequency-tunable Transmon qubits.
1 code implementation • 8 Nov 2019 • Andrew D. King, Jack Raymond, Trevor Lanting, Sergei V. Isakov, Masoud Mohseni, Gabriel Poulin-Lamarre, Sara Ejtemaee, William Bernoudy, Isil Ozfidan, Anatoly Yu. Smirnov, Mauricio Reis, Fabio Altomare, Michael Babcock, Catia Baron, Andrew J. Berkley, Kelly Boothby, Paul I. Bunyk, Holly Christiani, Colin Enderud, Bram Evert, Richard Harris, Emile Hoskinson, Shuiyuan Huang, Kais Jooya, Ali Khodabandelou, Nicolas Ladizinsky, Ryan Li, P. Aaron Lott, Allison J. R. MacDonald, Danica Marsden, Gaelen Marsden, Teresa Medina, Reza Molavi, Richard Neufeld, Mana Norouzpour, Travis Oh, Igor Pavlov, Ilya Perminov, Thomas Prescott, Chris Rich, Yuki Sato, Benjamin Sheldan, George Sterling, Loren J. Swenson, Nicholas Tsai, Mark H. Volkmann, Jed D. Whittaker, Warren Wilkinson, Jason Yao, Hartmut Neven, Jeremy P. Hilton, Eric Ladizinsky, Mark W. Johnson, Mohammad H. Amin
By initializing the system in a state with topological obstruction, we observe quantum annealing (QA) relaxation timescales in excess of one microsecond.
Quantum Physics Statistical Mechanics Emerging Technologies
Quantum Neural Networks (QNNs) are a promising variational learning paradigm with applications to near-term quantum processors, however they still face some significant challenges.
Reverse annealing enables the development of genetic algorithms that use quantum fluctuation for mutations and classical mechanisms for the crossovers -- we refer to these as Quantum-Assisted Genetic Algorithms (QAGAs).
Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum (NISQ) computers aim to perform computational tasks beyond the capabilities of the most powerful classical computers, thereby achieving "Quantum Supremacy", a major milestone in quantum computing.
Quantum Physics Computational Complexity Computational Physics
For higher depth circuits the numerics also show concentration and we argue for this using the Law of Large Numbers.
NEE provide a mechanism for population transfer (PT) between computational states and therefore can serve as a new quantum subroutine for quantum search, quantum parallel tempering and reverse annealing optimization algorithms.
Quantum Physics Disordered Systems and Neural Networks Statistical Mechanics Strongly Correlated Electrons
This circuit learns to simulates the unknown structure of a generalized quantum measurement, or Positive-Operator-Value-Measure (POVM), that is required to optimally distinguish possible distributions of quantum inputs.
Specifically, we show that for a wide class of reasonable parameterized quantum circuits, the probability that the gradient along any reasonable direction is non-zero to some fixed precision is exponentially small as a function of the number of qubits.
We show through classical simulation that parameters can be found that allow the QNN to learn to correctly distinguish the two data sets.
We study the task of sampling from the output distributions of (pseudo-)random quantum circuits, a natural task for benchmarking quantum computers.
If actual quantum optimization were to be used with this algorithm in the future, we would expect equivalent or superior results at much smaller time and energy costs during training.
In this paper, we extend the HEX model to allow for soft or probabilistic relations between labels, which is useful when there is uncertainty about the relationship between two labels (e. g., an antelope is "sort of" furry, but not to the same degree as a grizzly bear).
To remedy this problem, we show that one can leverage a small number of additional variables in order to stabilize momentum fluctuations induced by the unknown noise.
Quantum annealing is a heuristic quantum algorithm which exploits quantum resources to minimize an objective function embedded as the energy levels of a programmable physical system.
To bring it into a format that allows the application of adiabatic quantum computing (AQC), we first show that the bit-precision with which the weights need to be represented only grows logarithmically with the ratio of the number of training examples to the number of weak classifiers.