UCLA engineers develop artificial intelligence device that identifies objects at the speed of light | UCLA Samueli School Of Engineering These chips are too mind-blowing and, probably, will not be coming on the market soon if the military has anything say about it. Which is too bad, because these are cheap-cheap to make, work at the speed of light, and require no electrical power. The light itself, is the memory of the data you input, but it is also the energy required to process the data, which is actually how your brain works and reflects the analog nature of the device. Fifty dollars it cost them to make one of these, which is over a million times faster than anything on the market today. Theoretically, you could design one along the lines of a graphics card, and run an 8k display at the speed of light and you could also hook up these chips to a holographic memory of some sort. From the inputs to the display itself, there's no reason your entire computer could not run on light using no power whatsoever, beyond the equivalent of a nightlight. The display brightness, would literally indicate how much power the machine is using, while the chips are all made of plastic and look like props off a Star Trek set.