Are Light Speed Computers Around The Corner?
A long-time goal of computer scientists is a machine that uses beams of light instead of electrons to crunch information. Such "optoelectronic" computers would offer a leap in speed and performance--and use a lot less power. But so far, the optical processors built at places such as AT&T Bell Labs have only been able to do simple calculations.
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