In December 2019, physicists found a way to demonstrate quantum teleportation between two computer chips for the first time through quantum entanglement. Then in June 2020, new research published by the University of Plymouth found that quantum teleportation has yet another application with real-world implications – making music! By using a system known as MIq (Multi-Agent Interactive qgMuse), researchers demonstrated that a human pianist can communicate with a quantum computer via teleportation. The computer carried out a quantum methodology called ‘Grover’s Algorithm’ that’s significantly faster than classical algorithms. For the first time, this quality has been shown to provide a quantum advantage for generating music with musical AIs.
Quantum scientists are investigating the practical applicability of quantum computing. We’re glad that music is now finding its rightful place in this research. Nonetheless, the applicability of quantum computing in music will be diluted if we cannot find a way to communicate it securely and noiselessly. QKD and PQC approaches face challenges in real world applications such as IoT. Quantropi’s unique Quantum Entropy Expansion and Propagation (QEEP™) is unabashedly ‘real world-ready technology’. QEEP™ is ultra-fast, offers throughputs up to gigabits per second, and massive entropy magnitudes while being extremely lightweight, energy-efficient, and even NIST-800-22 and DIEHARDER compliant.
Quantum-generated music needs a quantum-ready communication medium. QEEP™ provides this where other approaches fail.