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Quantum Moves

Find out how you can contribute to cutting-edge physics research when you play Quantum Moves.

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The Science behind Quantum Moves

We explain how each of the scientific challenges we are confronted with in the quantum lab at Aarhus University are translated into the game.

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Quantum Moves in Nature

Nature, The prestigious science journal, summarises the results of a study completed by ScienceAtHome on players of Quantum Moves.

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Gameplay

Watch the video to get a feeling of the Quantum challenges waiting for you!

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How your gameplay helps build a quantum computer

Stop motion video: What are quantum computers and how does playing games help physicist in cutting-edge research?

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How to become a quantum physicist in five minutes

Jacob from ScienceAtHome explains how anyone can become a quantum physicist by playing Quantum Moves.

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The Scientific goals for Quantum Moves

Solving the challenges posed in Quantum Moves will allow our team to take important steps towards building a large-scale quantum computer.

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In Quantum Gaming, Humans Reign Victorious Over Computers

Inside Science:
A new study pits humans against computers to uncover AI weaknesses.

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Quantum Moves gathers worldwide press coverage

In April 2016 the publication in Nature and the launch of Quantum Moves created worldwide interest.

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Take that, A.I.

Los Angeles Times:
Video-gamers solve quantum physics mystery using human intuition

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Humans Can Still Do One Thing Better Than AI

Gizmodo:
Human beings still excel when it comes to intuitive leaps in problem solving.

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How to reach level 23 in Quantum Moves

1,4% players reach the ultimate level 23 in Quantum Moves. Here are some tips to help you get there.

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Meet the meQuanics
Prof. Jacob Sherson

Jacob talks about Quantum Moves and the development of scientific gaming in Denmark.

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Science Friday - In the Quantum World, Physics Gets Philosophical

Could the space we live in just be a projection
of some underlying quantum structure?

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