Nanoscale Ferroelectric Semiconductor Could Power AI and Post-Moore’s Law Computing on a Phone

February 6, 2023


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Ferroelectric semiconductors are considered contenders for bridging mainstream computing with next-generation architectures. A team at the University of Michigan has recently developed them just five nanometers thick, which paves the way for integrating ferroelectric technologies with conventional components used in computers and smartphones, expanding artificial intelligence and sensing capabilities. This will play a significant role in future AI and IoT-related devices, says Zetian Mi, U-M professor of electrical and computer engineering and co-corresponding author of the study.


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