We demonstrate visible integrated photonics, using an inverse-design approach. Tantalum-pentoxide nanophotonics offers <2 dB/cm waveguide loss across 450-2000 nm range. We create a suite of passives, including arbitrary-polarization grating sources for a Sr optical clock.

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