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Topological foundations for classical encryption and quantum teleportation

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I will outline a new topological foundation for computation, and show how it gives rise to a unified treatment of classical encryption and quantum teleportation, and a strong classical model for many ‘quantum’ phenomena. If you like quantum field theory, or classical encryption, or quantum information, or finite groups, or Latin squares, or Morse theory, or representation theory, or thermodynamics—or you want to know what these things have to do with each other—come to my talk! No knowledge of these things will be required, and everything will be explained from first principles.

This talk is part of the CQIF Seminar series.

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