A power inductor is an electronic element which receives as well as stores electrical energy by using a magnetic field. A power inductor is used to maintain steady current in an electrical circuit. There are many different categories of power inductors such as high power inductors, power supply inductors, surface mount (SMD) power inductors and high current inductor. The growing use of power inductors in smartphones, tablets, notebooks, servers, portable
Scientists at the State University of New York in Korea are exploring new ways by which both machine made and human made fake images of faces can be detected. This study was published through a research paper in the ACM Digital Library. More about the Study Carried Out at State University, New York The researchers mainly used ensemble methods to detect images, which were created by generative adversarial networks (GANs).
The field of quantum mechanics has dramatically evolved in the past few years, especially with respect to computing processes. And now, scientists have thoroughly demonstrated how quantum computers offer mammoth advantaged over conventional computers. More Insights into Recent Quantum Computing Studies Robert König, a professor for the theory of complex quantum systems at the Technical university of Munich (TUM), leads a recent study in this field. This research is being
Small satellites, commonly referred to as nano-satellites, have become a matter of immense discussion, analysis, and research in the technological circles. The rising levels of standardisation for these satellites coupled with reduced costs have been a key reason behind the growing popularity of such satellites. From 1990 to 2012, the total number of satellites launched every year averaged to 10 satellites, and this number is believed to touch 3000 in
Self-driving cars will be on fast lane in the US a pilot program said the Trump administration on Tuesday. This could allow the road-testing for limited vehicles on road. Self-driving cars involved in the program needs to have a feature to disable the vehicle from self-driving mode if it fails to drive in safe speed limit. These criterions are created by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). The organization