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Image Compression and Classification Using Qubits and Quantum Deep Learning

@article{Mohsen2021ImageCA,
  title={Image Compression and Classification Using Qubits and Quantum Deep Learning},
  author={Ali Mohsen and Mo Tiwari},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.05476}
}
Recent work suggests that quantum machine learning techniques can be used for classical image classification by encoding the images in quantum states and using a quantum neural network for inference. However, such work has been restricted to very small input images, at most 4 × 4, that are unrealistic and cannot even be accurately labeled by humans. The primary difficulties in using larger input images is that hitherto-proposed encoding schemes necessitate more qubits than are physically… 
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