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Electric Circuits Part 5 – Effects of the Electric Current , the Fuse

Hi and welcome to part 5 of the introduction to Electric Circuits! In this part: Main effects of the electric current. The three main effects of an electric current are: magnetic, chemical and heating effect. Some of the most common practical applications of the effects of an electric current include: relays, bells, motors, generators and […]

The Metrics of Surgery

Many times it’s hard to get experts to tell you what they do. Because they’re so good at it it becomes automated and it actually makes it difficult for them to verbalize it or remember that it’s even important or that someone who’s just beginning doesn’t know how to do that. We are at the […]

My Research: using Machine Learning to detect electricity theft

Hi, I’m Patrick, and I’m a PhD candidate I’m in my third year and I work on the detection of electricity theft using machine learning. Electricity theft is an issue all over the globe but in particular in emerging markets. If you look at Brazil, India, Pakistan, Nigeria – it’s a huge issue and what […]

Stanford’s humanoid robot explores an abandoned shipwreck

[MUSIC PLAYING] OceanOne is aimed at bringing a new capability for underwater exploration. The intent here is to have a diver diving virtually, creating a robot that can be the physical representation of the human. A human-made robotic diver that can have bi-manual capabilities. So it has two hands. It has stereo vision. And the […]