An international team led by Swinburne in collaboration with RMIT and Monash universities has demonstrated the world’s fastest and most powerful optical neuromorphic processor for artificial intelligence.

The breakthrough technology, published in the prestigious journal Nature, can process ultra-large scale data at 10 trillion operations per second (TeraOPs/s). This represents an enormous leap forward for neuromorphic processors, which operate more like a brain than a traditional computer processor.

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