The Internet has deeply changed our ways of living but at the same time introduced serious security and privacy issues. The quantum internet promises to fundamentally solve these issues. Currently however, the major obstacles towards its development are the scarcity of quantum resources. Researchers in Japan have taken a major step forward by significantly reducing the number of resources required for such tasks. They published their findings on May 27 in Physical Review Letters.
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