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Uses of quantum information in machine learning and cryptography

Yi-Kai Lu
California Institute of Technology

Quantum information is fascinating by itself, but it also has surprising connections to other areas of computer science: learning low-rank matrices and hidden Markov models, proving the security of lattice-based cryptosystems, and generating high-quality random bits for cryptographic protocols.

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