AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: nano

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Nano Street Fight Electron microscope image submitted by grad student Rajat Sharma of UCSD, who looked unsuccessfully with another grad student for a Brad Pitt-esque central character, before giving up and declaring the fight a total mess.  They were testing the etching conditions for making a series of tiny uniform
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A nano-lollipop?  This is a tiny glass ball on a tiny stick made of polymer, a partially-completed nano-sized chemical sensor made by then-grad-student Matthew Chen.  It’s on its way to becoming a nano-torch, which can detect minute concentrations of chemicals due to its ability to focus light. This whole
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Even when working in the cleanroom, a little dust is hard to avoid.  This is a gallery of electron microscope pictures of dust specks I’ve encountered while making nanoscale devices in the UCSD Nano3 cleanrooms. Dust is made of a variety of materials - dead skin cells, tiny bits
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