AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: electron microscope

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Top: An electron microscope photo of long, straight waveguides (left) interrupted by an accidental scratch during fabrication, that turned the orderly stripes into naturalistic chaos. Each structure is about 0.5 microns high, or less than 1/200 the thickness of a typical human hair. Bottom: A photo on quite


This is the nanolaser equivalent of being smacked in the face with a slab of corrugated roofing during a tornado.  There’s one step in making microscopic lasers where you have to peel away metal from much of the substrate, leaving behind pillar-shaped lasers surrounded by small metallic patches.  These
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