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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Optical_computing

Optical or photonic computing uses photons produced by lasers or diodes for computation. For decades, photons have promised to allow a higher bandwidth ...

www.extremetech.com/extreme/223671-heres-why-we-dont-have-light-based-computing-just-yet

Feb 29, 2016 ... Optical computing could be the future of processing -- so why is it taking so long to replace electricity with ...

spectrum.ieee.org/semiconductors/processors/hpes-new-chip-marks-a-milestone-in-optical-computing

Jan 2, 2017 ... Image: Hewlett Packard Enterprise Light And Heat: A lot of the real estate on this all-optical processor is taken up by wiring for on-chip heaters.

news.mit.edu/topic/optical-computing

Important step toward computing with light. Research at MIT produces long- sought component to allow complete optical circuits on silicon chips. November 23 ...

www.scientificamerican.com/article/light-powered-computers-brighten-ai-rsquo-s-future

Jun 30, 2017 ... The idea of building a computer that uses light rather than electricity goes back more than half a century. “Optical computing” has long promised ...

uncw.edu/phy/documents/Raphael_06.pdf

What Is an Optical Computer? An optical computer is a computer that performs its computation with photons as opposed to the more traditional electron-based ...

whatis.techtarget.com/definition/optical-computer-photonic-computer

An 'optical computer' is a device that uses visible light or infrared (IR) beams, rather than electric current, to perform digital computations.

www.sciencealert.com/researchers-just-developed-the-most-complex-quantum-computer-chip-so-far-out-of-light

Mar 14, 2016 ... Bring on quantum computers that process data at the speed of light. ... Ultrafast Optical Processing Group, Institut National de la Recherche ...

www.futureforall.org/computers/opticalcomputers.htm

What are Optical Computers? The computers we use today use transistors and semiconductors to control electricity. Computers of the future may utilize crystals ...