AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: colorful

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There are no dyes or pigments in this microscope image - it’s a thin clear film on a blank mirrorlike surface, and all the colors come from the interference of light waves.  It’s the same effect that produces the rainbow colors in thin soap bubbles, or on a


Newton’s rings put on a microscopic show. This is a microscope image, about 20x, of some bright bands of color that appeared on the surface of one of my samples.  They’re formed from a colorless film of residue left behind after some IPA dried on my sample -
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