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    Microcombs Enable Neuromorphic Processor

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    Researchers have developed and demonstrated what they claim to be the fastest and most powerful neuromorphic processor in the world. The processor operates faster than 10 trillion operations per second, and it is capable of processing ultralarge-scale data.

    The research was led by David Moss, a professor at Swinburne University; Xinguan Xu of Swinburne and Monash Universities; and Arnan Mitchell, distinguished professor at RMIT University.

    “This breakthrough was achieved with ‘optical microcombs,’ as was our world-record internet data speed reported in May 2020,” said Moss, director of Swinburne’s Optical Sciences Centre.

    Microcombs are made up of hundreds of high-quality infrared lasers on a…

    Jan, 12 2021 |

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