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Foundations of randomness, Day 3

Last day! Wednesday started with a bang. Yevgeniy Dodis spent the whole Tuesday evening (our workshop dinner at Lanzerac!) complaining that we weren’t leaving him enough time to prepare for his talk…only to spend an equal amount of time during his talk … Continue reading

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Entanglement and cryptography

A central tenet of quantum information theory is that by taking an operational approach to quantum mechanics (for which computational, cryptographic or information-theoretic tasks does the use of quantum mechanics present an advantage?) one can not only achieve novel tasks, … Continue reading

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A good year for nonlocality?

I just started reading a beautiful paper by Ben Reichardt, Falk Unger, and Umesh Vazirani that recently appeared on the arXiv, with the tongue-in-cheek title “A classical leash for a quantum system” (and the maybe less entertaining subtitle “Command of … Continue reading

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