Scientists have been trying persistently to achieve significant success in the field of Quantum Computing but still, there is a huge scope of improvement if we go by the consensus.

But recently the arduous efforts of all the involved scientists have given them something to cheer at, as there is a claim that gravity a natural phenomenon which has been studied extensively will provide the pathway through which in-depth knowledge of quantum computing can be obtained. The scientific community is hailing these findings because there is a belief that quantum computing will bring a drastic change in the power and scale of computation. The study has been published in Physical Review Letters

The reason behind this linkage between gravity and quantum computing are the geometric rules which are used for finding the shortest distance between two points on a curved surface with respect to gravity in General Relativity. Those same geometric rules can be used for finding the most effective methods to process information in quantum computing.

These points of shortest travel – whether across a spherical planet or inside a quantum computing system – are known as geodesics. A noteworthy point regarding this discovery is that it involves a branch of quantum computing which is conformal field theory. Through this new study, there is a possibility of faster calculations in the above-mentioned branch of quantum computing.

Physicist **Pawel Caputa** who was involved in this discovery expounds that the process of finding minimal length on complexity geometry is equivalent to solving equations of gravity. So this explanation has made it transparent about how gravity is linked to discovery of quantum computing.

Looking at the other side, there is still a requirement where the reduction of error rates should take place. Along with this, scientists are looking to bring down the interference which hinders the computation process. The reason why quantum computing is thought as the future of computing because it functions on the concept of qubits which is also another form of information. The striking feature of a qubit is its ability to represent several states in contrast to binary digits which have only two states (0 and 1).

Therefore, along with this discovery, recent progress has made quantum computing to be more space efficient and significant improvement in accuracy has taken

All of this promises a bright future for the quantum computing field but the finding has been limited and thus it requires much deeper research which will help in finding its multidisciplinary applications.