Metallurgy & Material Science

Faster, More Secure Photonic Chip Boosts AI Training

A microchip that uses light instead of electricity can potentially be faster and more energy-efficient at the complex computations essential to training AI than conventional electronics. In addition, researchers say the new chips may be significantly more secure against hacking.AI typically relies on neural networks in applications such as analyzing…
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Researchers Claim First Functioning Graphene-Based Chip

Researchers at Georgia Tech, in Atlanta, have developed what they are calling the world’s first functioning graphene-based semiconductor. This breakthrough holds the promise to revolutionize the landscape of electronics, enabling faster traditional computers and offering a new material for future quantum computers.The research, published on 3 January in Nature and…
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