Ultrahigh bandwidth applications of microcombs: Neural networks and optical data transmission
preprintposted on 2021-03-09, 17:33 authored by David MossDavid Moss
We report ultrahigh bandwidth applications of Kerr microcombs to optical neural networks and to optical data transmission, at data rates from 44 Terabits/s (Tb/s) to approaching 100 Tb/s. Convolutional neural networks (CNNs) are a powerful category of artificial neural networks that can extract the hierarchical features of raw data to greatly reduce the network complexity and enhance the accuracy for machine learning tasks such as computer vision, speech recognition, playing board games and medical diagnosis [1-7].
Email Address of Submitting Authordmoss@swin.edu.au
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