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Since the transistor was invented at Bell Laboratories in 1947 and the concept of the integrated circuit was presented by Jack Kilby of TI in 1958, devices using silicon semiconductors have been developed with tremendous drive.

The processing capacity of AI has increased exponentially owing to the evolution and combination of various technologies, and the speed of development of technology now far exceeds the biological limits of humankind.

Today, as the silicon (Si) as power devices have already approached the physical limits of the material, next-generation devices focus on semiconductor substrates such as SiC and GaN, which have performance indexes tens to thousands of times higher than the Si semiconductor.

The above-mentioned next-generation devices are called green devices because they could reduce power consumption and carbon dioxide emissions tremendously, leading to the realization of a low-carbon and energy-saving society.

The substrate materials applied in such technologies, including SiC, GaN, and diamond, are known as ultra-hard-to-process materials: their extreme mechanical and chemical stability makes the general manufacturing process much more difficult.

Many challenges must be overcome systematically to produce a high-performance green device, as the device to which such crystalline materials are applied will reduce power consumption and carbon dioxide emissions extremely effectively.

[Jounal]Artificial Intelligence Vol. 34 No.5 (Sep. 2019)

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