AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: magnification

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Looks like a slanted surface of Martian desert cliffs, but this is actually an extreme closeup of a human hair. Nanoresearchers who try to describe their research often up comparing their devices to the size of a human hair - for good reason. At about 100 micrometers thick, a human


These are microscopic balls of tin, imaged under scanning electron microscope (SEM) at 2500x (about 25x more magnification than the strongest optical microscope can manage). These very cool-looking tin samples are good for looking at when you’re trying to calibrate the SEM to produce the best images possible -
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