Stephen Wolfram Demos Knowledge-Based Programming Language As It Approaches Official Release (Video)
by Jennifer Zaino Stephen Wolfram is talking more publicly about the Wolfram Language, this week releasing a video demo of the knowledge-based programming language. As he describes in the video below, the symbolic language builds in a vast amount of knowledge of how to do computations and about the world itself. “Through symbolic structure of […]Read More →
Deiter Bohn reports that Wolfram Alpha is now offering a “Pro” version of their data analysis services for just $4.99 a month.Read More →
by Angela Guess Stephen Wolfram of Wolfram Alpha is trying to get the ball rolling on a new top-level internet domain (i.e. .com, .org). The domain that Wolfram is proposing is .data: “What would be the point? For me, it’s about highlighting the exposure of data on the internet—and providing added impetus for organizations to […]Read More →
The world’s waiting to see how IBM’s Watson will fare against past Jeopardy! champions Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. The battle of the brains – real and digital – takes place next week, and we here at The Semantic Web Blog will be keeping you up to date with coverage of the big event. (Yes, […]Read More →
Semantic Web Summit East Features Stephen Wolfram, Dennis Wisnosky, Martin … – MarketWatch (press release)
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Our team is hard at work going through the tens of thousands of comments, suggestions, and questions coming in about Wolfram|Alpha.
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We invite you to join us for a live webcast today, Thursday, June 4, at 4pm U.S. CDT (GMT -5 hours), as Stephen responds to some of the questions you’ve sent in.Read More →
Wolfram Alpha has been launched and is available for the public to try. I sat down to play with it.
FIrstly (using the rare American adverb here – don’t be confused), you can’t expect Wolfram Alpha to act like Google. It is a new kind of search engine, as one should expect from Stephen Wolfram. Wolfram is famously the inventor of Mathematica and author of A New Kind of Science.Read More →