Microsoft has an analog optical computer that doesn’t use transistors to process data


Microsoft’s AIM isn’t exactly a computer, at least in the traditional sense, as it doesn’t use bits or bytes to process data and make calculations. But it’s already shown potential for surpassing state-of-the art digital (silicon-based) technology or even the most powerful quantum computers being designed right now.

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