AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: nanomountain

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The long valley, surrounded by jagged mountains, occupied by a picturesque leaning castle….  Actually, this is a closeup of a minuscule scratch in a coating of photoresist.  At this magnification (2096x), it’s clear that the photoresist has a rough, mountainous surface, caused by the high-energy plasma I’d bombarded
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Frostlike patterns emerge when acetone partially dissolves a plasticy layer of old photoresist.  This is the same sample as in my previous post, which used to be covered in jagged black mountains made of plasma-damaged photoresist. Now the mountains are mostly dissolved away, except for a few jagged peaks still
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This image is from a test of our plasma etcher, and shows a white plain of semiconductor laser material etched partially away by plasma.  In the background is the black remains of photoresist that was protecting other areas of semiconductor from being etched - it did the job, but took
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The Lonely Mountain, home to nanodragons.  The surface of this sample is coated with a rough, mountainous substance - likely created when the top layer of my sample (a photoresist) didn’t hold up well to a reactive plasma that I was shooting at the sample.  One bit of the
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