Light lattice that traps atoms could power networks of quantum computing | KurzweilAI: "The new technique allows researchers to couple a lone atom of rubidium, a metal, with a single photon, or light particle. This allows both the atom and photon to switch the quantum state of each other, providing a mechanism through which quantum-level computing operations could take place.
The scientists also believe their technique will allow them to increase the density or number of useful interactions occurring within a small space, thus scaling up the amount of quantum computing processing available."
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