In this talk, several aspects regarding maximal entanglement are analyzed. First, I analyze how maximal entanglement is generated at its fundamental level. Maximal entanglement constraints the QED vertex interaction and predicts a value for the weak mixing angle close to the experimental value. Second, I focus on the simulation of the XY model in a quantum computer. The quantum circuit obtained is tested in three current quantum devices. Quantum computers must be able to generate and hold highly entangled states in order to show a quantum advantage. This statement is analyzed at the end, where quantum circuits for maximally entangled states are presented.
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