In quantum pseudo-telepathy, isolated players with access to entangled qubits do better than classical isolated players.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I'm wondering if it's already feasible to run experiments where the simple quantum circuits are evaluated, and result in "winning the game". (Perhaps after relaxing some of the constraints, like generating the entangled qubits beforehand.)

I very theoretically and roughly know what's needed to do it: six basic types of gates, a 2 qubit computer/interferometer for Alice, and a 2 qubit computer/interferometer for Bob.

Is this within the realm of what can already be achieved? Why / why not?

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# Can we experimentally win simple quantum pseudo-telepathy games yet?

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