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SUMMARY:Quantum Machine Learning
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DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Filippo Caruso (Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia\
, Università degli Studi di Firenze)\nQuantum Machine Learning (QML) is w
here nowadays machine learning is going to meet quantum information scienc
e in order to realize more powerful quantum technologies. In particular\,
several QML schemes can arise according to the fact that the data to be pr
ocessed and the algorithm processing them can be either classical or quant
um. Moreover\, the learning algorithms can be unsupervised\, supervised an
d goal-oriented (reinforcement learning). Here\, we will discuss our recen
t theoretical and experimental results focusing on quantum embedding\, qua
ntum state discrimination\, noise sensing\, quantum generative adversarial
networks\, and quantum reinforcement learning. QML is expected to provide
huge advantages over its classical counterpart\, and deeper investigation
s are timely needed since they can be already tested on the commercially a
vailable quantum devices.\n\nhttps://indico.unina.it/event/52/contribution
s/387/
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SUMMARY:QFold: A Quantum Metropolis Optimization Algorithm
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DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Miguel Ángel Martín-Delgado (Universidad Complute
nse de Madrid)\nQFold: A Quantum Metropolis Optimization Algorithm\n\nhttp
s://indico.unina.it/event/52/contributions/428/
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SUMMARY:Measurement induced topological entanglement transition in a free
fermion model
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DESCRIPTION:Speakers: Alessandro Romito (Lancaster University)\nQuantum me
asurements have been recently exploited as a tool to induce e phase transi
tion between volume- and area-law scaling of entanglement entropy. For fre
e fermions\, the transition occurs between sub-volume (logarithmic) and ar
ea-law scaling.\nHere we present a free fermion model where two sets of no
n-commuting measurements induce a transition between area-law entanglement
scaling phases of distinct topological order. We find numerically that\,
in the presence of unitary dynamics\, the two topological phases are separ
ated by a sub-volume scaling region and that the transition universality c
lass differs from that of interactive models with projective measurements.
We further show that the different phases are qualitatively captured by a
n analytically tractable non-Hermitian Hamiltonian model obtained via part
ial post-selection.\n\nhttps://indico.unina.it/event/52/contributions/402/
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