Abstract

Applications of artificial intelligence techniques, specifically machine learning and more recently deep learning [1], are transforming several fields ranging from clinical medicine to optical computing. Integrating full-optical neuromorphic architectures in opto-electronic devices (Fig. 1a) will lead to the near-term availability of clinically and industrially relevant applications such as real-time features detection and classification, image processing and optical implementation of computational intensive tasks such as matrix multiplication with low-power consumption, high-accuracy and ultra-fast processing speed [2].

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