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AI Device IDs Objects at the Speed of Light

News   Aug 06, 2018 | Original Press Release from the UCLA Samueli School of Engineering

 
AI Device IDs Objects at the Speed of Light

The network, composed of a series of polymer layers, works using light that travels through it. Each layer is 8 centimeters square. Credit: UCLA Samueli

 
 
 

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