As Feynman described
In his 1982 seminal work, quantum physicist Richard Feynman presented the work that started the field of quantum computing. He also introduced probabilistic computing, a paradigm straddling computing with bits and qubits, sharing specific attributes of both.
P-Computers process information faster by 17X while spending less energy. P-Computers operate at room temperature, are compatible, and can be embedded with existing semiconductor chips running on batteries at the edge or data centers.
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p-computer vs. conventional and quantum processors.
Full implementation of the technology enables another 100X speed up.
At the intersection of statistical physics, quantum-inspired computing and software-defined-hardware
P-bits leverage the power of analog information processing while providing error-free digital outputs
Capable of autonomous
updates independent of computer clocks