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William Brawley
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Writer. Photographer. Videographer. Associate Editor at Imaging-Resource.com. Apple fanboy. News, travel and culture junkie.
Writer. Photographer. Videographer. Associate Editor at Imaging-Resource.com. Apple fanboy. News, travel and culture junkie.

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Head-to-head with two premium portrait primes. Did Sigma beat the Zeiss?

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Sony Alpha 6000 Review: Hands-on preview with the NEX-6’s new high-res, speed demon replacement.

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Big on I.Q., not on size.

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The micro Micro...
Panasonic GM1 review: First impressions of the truly “micro” Micro Four Thirds camera that took us by surprise.

http://www.imaging-resource.com/news/2013/10/17/panasonic-gm1-review-first-impressions-truly-micro-micro-four-thirds-camera
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Last May, in partnership with NASA, we announced the Quantum A.I. Lab, a place where researchers from around the world can experiment with the incredible powers and possibilities of quantum computing.

We’re still in the early, early days, but we think quantum computing can help solve some of the world’s most challenging computer science problems. We’re particularly interested in how quantum computing can advance machine learning, which can then be applied to virtually any field: from finding the cure for a disease to understanding changes in our climate. 

As the team began working together this past summer, we decided to shoot some footage and put together a short video that provides a peek behind the scenes and introduces a few of quantum computing’s mind-bending, strange, and undeniably awesome concepts.

If you’re curious about quantum computing, just follow this page for updates, discussions about new research, and videos from our monthly speaker series. 

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Imaging Resource publisher Dave Etchells recently toured Sigma's lens factory in Aizu, Japan, and came away decidedly impressed. Want to learn how Sigma makes its optics -- including the best wide-angle lens we've ever tested? Read Dave's no-holds-barred geek's tour of the Sigma lens factory, and find out!
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