AI Weirdness: the strange side of machine learning

Tag: oops

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On the right: a photonic nanostructure, used in researching new light-based ways to make computers communicate faster. On the left: a single human hair (oops). Fortunately, according to Dr. Felipe Vallini of UCSD (who made and imaged this structure): “A hair hit my device, but he is still fine!”


Microscopic fracture patterns appear clifflike on the edge of one of my samples.  This entire view is less than 10 micrometers high, meaning that it covers about a tenth the thickness of a typical human hair.  We usually don’t get patterns like these, because we use a special wafer
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