Implementing effective error mitigation and correction is a critical next step in advancing quantum computing. While a lot of attention has been given to efforts to improve the underlying ‘noisy’ hardware, there’s been, perhaps, less spotlighting of similar efforts to develop software strategies for coping with these errors. That’s now changing and the emerging software approaches show great promise. Q-Ctrl is one of a growing number of companies tackling this problem. It boasts several successful engagements including with one with IBM to improve gate fidelity and error reduction rates.
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