So, in quantum computing, each qbit has a 50/50 chance of being in either the state of 1 or 0 when you measure it. Simple enough.
But I've heard reports a while ago about some company having successfully added two relatively small numbers and gotten out the right answer the majority of the time. The question I am trying to solve is: How? How would you verify a quantum result (without assuming you have the answer already available that you can compare it to)?
That, however, is not what I'm asking of this Stack Exchange. Instead, I am wanting to know what search terms in Google I can use to find this answer. "how to verify quantum computing results" doesn't turn up anything more than 1 academic paper (which I am actually reasonably confident has the answer I'm looking for). At least with the search, I get nothing more that is relevant to what I'm actually looking for.
Thus why I come here in hopes that someone might actually know what I would need to search to get more relevant results.