From two-dimensional to three-dimensional processing – new paper on “Higher-dimensional processing using a photonic tensor core with continuous-time data”

The University of Oxford, in collaboration with researchers from the Universities of Münster, Exeter, and Heidelberg, describes their breakthrough in creating integrated photonic-electronic hardware for processing three-dimensional data. This advancement…

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New paper on an optical neural network with a large-scale event-driven architecture

The University of Muenster, in collaboration with our partners from the Universities of Exeter and Oxford, presents an optical neural network that also exhibits structural plasticity in addition to synaptic…

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Milestone reached to break the von Neumann bottleneck

Read our new paper: In-memory photonic dot-product engine with electrically programmable weight banks Abstract Electronically reprogrammable photonic circuits based on phase-change chalcogenides present an avenue to resolve the von-Neumann bottleneck; however, implementation…

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