Research from PHOENICS picked up in the press and YouTube

Research from PHOENICS has been picked up by local and global press as well as in explanatory YouTube formats. In particular by the german weekly news magazine Der Spiegel:

What happens in this fleeting moment in the smallest of spaces in a novel chip regularly pushes conventional computing machines to the limits of their performance. “Photonic hardware accelerator” is the name researchers have given to their optical chip, which astonished experts earlier this year. Brandstetter, Thomas (31 May 2021), Translated

Schematic representation of a processor for matrix multiplications that runs on light. Credit: University of Oxford

The current state of research in neuromorphich computing was also beautifully outlined in the video by Barnatt, Christopher  on his highly regarded YouTube channel Explaining Computers (09 May 2021):

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