Data science is a big discipline and advancement in this field yields a purely technological impact on the market. Aside from all it has given to the world, a four-layer magnetoresistance effect is the brand new discussion. The concept is too old like the world first time came to know about it in the 1850s but there is something that makes it so special.
Whats’ Magnetoresistance Effect?
To define the effect in the best way possible, experts claim the following statement as its definition as discovered by Lord Kelvin circa 1850:
Magnetoresistance effects happen when a magnetic field is applied to a metal object, which increases that object’s electric resistance one way and decreases it perpendicularly.
Now the question that arises in our mind is that was the resistance pointless?
Magnetoresistance Effects’ Impact on The HDDs Industry
The effect has impacted the HDD industry in a very positive way and the world experienced a major up gradation in 2007 and the betterment is still in the role. This statement is supported by the fact that the discovery of a new effect “Unidirectional Spin Hall Magnetoresistance” was made just 2 years back as a change in resistance with the spin Hall effect is affected by the direction of the magnetization or the electric current that is applied to it.
The Step Forward
Even in the current era, a limited storage space on your smart device is what you hate the most. And obviously, we don’t want to go on a memory check before installing an AI-based app. Now the scientists instead of only increasing the internal storage, are also focusing on the better use of RAM. Increasing the density of RAM can pretty much solve the problem here for us and the new spin Hall effect is fully capable of doing that. So in the upcoming computers, we may see a technology shift built basically to run the AI based apps in a smoother way. So, if you are thinking about the practicalities of the technology, ‘Automated Driving‘ can be the biggest beneficiary of it.