Sydney student helps solve quantum computing problem with simple modification | ABC News
Sydney university student Pablo Bonilla, 21, had his first academic paper published overnight and it might just change the shape of computing forever.
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As a second-year physics student at the University of Sydney, Mr Bonilla was given some coding exercises as extra homework and what he returned with has helped to solve one of the most common problems in quantum computing.
His code spiked the interest of researchers at Yale and Duke in the United States and the multi-billion-dollar tech giant Amazon plans to use it in the quantum computer it is trying to build for its cloud platform Amazon Web Services.
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