La technologie Optical Processing Unit de LightOn accélère désormais le calcul scientifique à grande échelle

We just held the 7th (Virtual) LightOn AI Meetup, and it was a blast! For this chapter, we had Adam Gaier, Senior AI Research Scientist at Autodesk Research presenting his work on Weight Agnostic Neural Networks, done while at Google Brain and INRIA. You may check out the slides for this talk while we prepare the video of the meetup for upload. It will be posted soon on the Youtube channel of LightOn, subscribe to get notified, and subscribe to our Meetup to get notified of the next events, there is more cool stuff coming!

LightOn’s Optical Processing Unit technology now ventures into accelerated scientific computing

We just held the 7th (Virtual) LightOn AI Meetup, and it was a blast! For this chapter, we had Adam Gaier, Senior AI Research Scientist at Autodesk Research presenting his work on Weight Agnostic Neural Networks, done while at Google Brain and INRIA. You may check out the slides for this talk while we prepare the video of the meetup for upload. It will be posted soon on the Youtube channel of LightOn, subscribe to get notified, and subscribe to our Meetup to get notified of the next events, there is more cool stuff coming!

Crea, elabora, comprendi e impara con LightOn Muse

We just held the 7th (Virtual) LightOn AI Meetup, and it was a blast! For this chapter, we had Adam Gaier, Senior AI Research Scientist at Autodesk Research presenting his work on Weight Agnostic Neural Networks, done while at Google Brain and INRIA. You may check out the slides for this talk while we prepare the video of the meetup for upload. It will be posted soon on the Youtube channel of LightOn, subscribe to get notified, and subscribe to our Meetup to get notified of the next events, there is more cool stuff coming!

Créer, Traiter, Comprendre et Apprendre avec LightOn Muse

We just held the 7th (Virtual) LightOn AI Meetup, and it was a blast! For this chapter, we had Adam Gaier, Senior AI Research Scientist at Autodesk Research presenting his work on Weight Agnostic Neural Networks, done while at Google Brain and INRIA. You may check out the slides for this talk while we prepare the video of the meetup for upload. It will be posted soon on the Youtube channel of LightOn, subscribe to get notified, and subscribe to our Meetup to get notified of the next events, there is more cool stuff coming!

Create, Process, Understand, and Learn with LightOn Muse

We just held the 7th (Virtual) LightOn AI Meetup, and it was a blast! For this chapter, we had Adam Gaier, Senior AI Research Scientist at Autodesk Research presenting his work on Weight Agnostic Neural Networks, done while at Google Brain and INRIA. You may check out the slides for this talk while we prepare the video of the meetup for upload. It will be posted soon on the Youtube channel of LightOn, subscribe to get notified, and subscribe to our Meetup to get notified of the next events, there is more cool stuff coming!

Math and AI - 2021

Computing with Light: How LightOn intends to unlock Transformative AI

As compact replacements for fully-fledged optical circuits, and as an alternative to integrated photonics circuits, this novel range of devices is a compelling contender for scalable photonic linear quantum optical computing. Starting from the interfacing of several qubits in its first generation, we plan to increase the circuit size in future iterations, with the aim to rapidly demonstrate a quantum advantage. In this context, a key feature of these devices is the ability to offer low losses, all-to-all circuit connectivity, and easy reconfigurability at any circuit size.

LightOn @ NeurIPS 2020

LightOn at #NeurIPS2020

This year, thanks to the awesome Machine Learning team at LightOn, we have two accepted papers at NeurIPS, the AI flagship conference, and have five papers in its“Beyond Backpropagation” satellite workshop that will take place on Saturday. This is significant on many levels, not the least being that these papers have been nurtured and spearheaded by two Ph.D. students (Ruben Ohana and Julien Launay) who are doing their thesis as LightOn engineers.