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Quantum advantage with shallow circuits (Bravyi-Gosset-König)

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Rigorously separating classical and quantum computational power is a central problem of quantum computer science.  Known results tend to rely on the use of oracles or unproven complexity-theoretic assumptions.  In contrast, BGK prove an unconditional separation between the power of constant-depth classical and quantum circuits to solve a certain problem.  Their proof exploits the logical structure of nonlocal games.  

This seminar talk aims to give a self-contained and accessible overview of their proof; it is based on (Science, 2018) and

This talk is part of the CQIF Seminar series.

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