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Deep learning improves optical storage

A new ultrahigh-density optical storage technology that can store up to nine bits of information per diffraction-limited area that works thanks to a deep learning approach has been put forward by researchers in Toulouse in France. The technology overcomes the physical constraints of compact disks (CDs), DVDs and Blu-ray disks, which can only store one bit per diffraction-limited area. It is based on silicon and could thus be produced on a large scale using mass-market-ready complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) technology.

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