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    On-chip photonic synapses herald new age of computing

    These photonic synapses can operate 1000x faster than those in the human brain.
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    Re: On-chip photonic synapses herald new age of computing

    Too bad we'll all be dead when this hits the market.

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    Re: On-chip photonic synapses herald new age of computing

    Quote Originally Posted by plexabit View Post
    Too bad we'll all be dead when this hits the market.
    Or, thank god we'll be dead...

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    Re: On-chip photonic synapses herald new age of computing

    This is a huge first step!

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    Re: On-chip photonic synapses herald new age of computing

    So when can I replace my own neural synapses with these?

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    Re: On-chip photonic synapses herald new age of computing

    very interesting read and I can see how it could be used as well, notjust for AI but for eg. medical reasons like blind people, reconstruction of artificial nerves and making people who is paralyzed able to walk and run again, mostly since stimcells seem like taboo everywhere for some odd reason.

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