Quantum Mechanics is About Quantum Information

@inproceedings{Bub2005QuantumMI,
  title={Quantum Mechanics is About Quantum Information},
  author={Jeffrey Bub},
  year={2005}
}
I argue that quantum mechanics is fundamentally a theory about the representation and manipulation of information, not a theory about the mechanics of nonclassical waves or particles. The notion of quantum information is to be understood as a new physical primitive—just as, following Einstein’s special theory of relativity, a field is no longer regarded as the physical manifestation of vibrations in a mechanical medium, but recognized as a new physical entity in its own right.