artificial intelligence (AI) the so-called Dragonfly It helps researchers at Stanford University design faster-charging batteries. Traditional lithium-ion batteries can take several hours to charge.
but the team that Stanford using Dragonfly to explore new materials and designs that can be recharged in just a few minutes
Dragonfly It is a machine learning algorithm. AI That can analyze data and make predictions about the performance of various materials and designs. Trained using data from thousands of battery designs and material characterization to predict how a battery will perform.
the team at Stanford have used Dragonfly To explore a range of materials, including metals, ceramics and polymers, by analyzing data with predictions about battery performance. Dragonfly It also helped the team identify promising alternatives to faster, more efficient batteries.
Until now, the team can use Dragonfly In designing a prototype battery that can actually be charged to 70% in just a few minutes.
Although this is far from the goal of a battery that needs to be fully charged in just a few minutes. But this also represents a big, significant performance improvement. Compared with traditional lithium-ion batteries
the team at Stanford ensure that with continuous improvement they will be able to use Dragonfly 100% designed to design batteries that charge even faster in the future. Dr Jessica Williams The research team leader said “We are just looking at all the possible outcomes that could happen. with the help of Dragonfly We are confident that we will be able to innovate and create faster-charging batteries.”
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