An Animated Look at How a Physicist Creates Randomness

Video Quantum Information Science 17.11.2015

Randomness is more important to our daily lives than it would appear. The generation of random numbers is absolutely necessary for secure communication, yet humans are pretty bad at being random. Quantum physicist Krister Shalm explains how he uses light to create randomness. Krister was at The Banff Centre with the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research.

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