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ref: -0 tags: diffraction terahertz 3d print ucla deep learning optical neural networks date: 02-13-2019 23:16 gmt revision:1 [0] [head]

All-optical machine learning using diffractive deep neural networks

  • Pretty clever: use 3D printed plastic as diffractive media in a 0.4 THz all-optical all-interference (some attenuation) linear convolutional multi-layer 'neural network'.
  • In the arxive publication there are few details on how they calculated or optimized given diffractive layers.
  • Absence of nonlinearity will limit things greatly.
  • Actual observed performance (where thy had to print out the handwritten digits) rather poor, ~ 60%.