AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: nanomonuments

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The beachgoers flee as hulking monsters climb from the dark water… This is a scanning electron microscope image of some various-sized pillars that appeared on one of my samples during a plasma etching test.  They’re made of semiconductor, and the bright plain beneath is silicon.  Showing through the dark


Coastline of the land of monuments… tiny monuments.  Each of them would fit easily inside a single human cell.  They’re formed out of semiconductor, and are the result of what we call micromasking: tiny bits of debris landed on the semiconductor before the etching step, and protected the semiconductor
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