University of Sydney scientists have developed a chip that speeds up the time required for the transfer of digital information. With an ever-expanding volume of data now being sent around the world on the internet via fibre optic networks, increasingly complex digital signal processing and laser-based ‘local oscillator’ systems are needed to transfer photonic information … Continue reading Researchers develop photonic chips that speed-up networks
Global information technology company, Wipro, and Swinburne University have taken their collaboration on digital technology to a new level by establishing Chair of Artificial Intelligence for their previously announced Wipro-Swinburne Digital Innovation Centre. Professor Ryszard Kowalczyk was appointed as the Professorial Chair of Artificial Intelligence for Wipro-Swinburne Innovation Centre – which seeks to pioneer digital innovation in select industry sectors … Continue reading Wipro, Swinburne take tech partnership to new level
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