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What I Learned From Fire Opal…

…is that I gotta have more Fire Opal….

I recently wrote an article titled, “Q-CTRL’s Fire Opal is Awesome.” The TL;DR of it is that I gave the Fire Opal team deep circuits that produce sheer noise on NISQ devices and they returned to me practical results from NISQ devices. How’d they do it? They reveal a few of their secrets in the article “Firing Up Quantum Algorithms — Boosting

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Independent Quantum Algorithm Designer https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-siegelwax https://twitter.com/BSiegelwax?s=09 https://github.com/bsiegelwax

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Brian N. Siegelwax

Brian N. Siegelwax

Independent Quantum Algorithm Designer https://www.linkedin.com/in/brian-siegelwax https://twitter.com/BSiegelwax?s=09 https://github.com/bsiegelwax

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