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Quantum neuromorphic approach to efficient sensing of gravity-induced entanglement

@inproceedings{Krisnanda2022QuantumNA,
  title={Quantum neuromorphic approach to efficient sensing of gravity-induced entanglement},
  author={Tanjung Krisnanda and Tomasz Paterek and Mauro Paternostro and Timothy C. H. Liew},
  year={2022}
}
The detection of entanglement provides a definitive proof of quantumness. Its ascertainment might be challenging for hot or macroscopic objects, where entanglement is typically weak, but nevertheless present. Here we propose a platform for measuring entanglement by connecting the objects of interest to an uncontrolled quantum network, whose emission (readout) is trained to learn and sense the entanglement of the former. First, we demonstrate the platform and its features with generic quantum… 

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