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Identifying Light Sources Using Artificial Intelligence

News   May 06, 2020 | Original story from the American Institute of Physics

 
Identifying Light Sources Using Artificial Intelligence

A detector (the eye) measures identical photons from natural sunlight and laser light. The fast identification of light sources is performed by an artificial neuron that is trained to efficiently extract patterns in the quantum fluctuations of photons. Credit: Elsa Hahne

 
 
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