Dr. Xingyuan Xu with the integrated optical microcomb chip, which forms the core part of the optical neuromorphic processor. | Credit: Swinburne University
An international team of researchers, led by Swinburne University of Technology, demonstrated what it claimed is the world’s fastest and most powerful optical neuromorphic processor for artificial intelligence (AI). It operates faster than 10 trillion operations per second (TeraOPs/s) and is capable of processing ultra-large scale data.
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