Teleportation Through the Wormhole. (arXiv:1707.04354v1 [hep-th])
ER=EPR allows us to think of quantum teleportation as communication of
quantum information through space-time wormholes connecting entangled systems.
The conditions for teleportation render the wormhole traversable so that a
quantum system entering one end of the ERB will, after a suitable time, appear
at the other end. Teleportation requires the transfer of classical information
outside the horizon, but the classical bit-string carries no information about
the teleported system; the teleported system passes through the ERB leaving no
trace outside the horizon. In general the teleported system will retain a
memory of what it encountered in the wormhole. This phenomenon could be
observable in a laboratory equipped with quantum computers.