Tag Archive for Wolfram Alpha

Bring On The Apps For New Cognitive Computing Cloud Platform

by Jennifer Zaino October saw the debut of Cognitive Scale’s cognitive cloud platform, which provides sourcing, analyzing and interpreting data of all sorts and context signals on any public cloud infrastructure. The details of the platform for pulling insights out of massive amounts of multi-structured data are covered in a story you can read at our…

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…

While Google Graphs in 3D, WolframAlpha Takes Shakespeare to Heart

Last week speculation reigned about whether Google had set its sites on computational knowledge engine WolframAlpha, with the announcement that the search engine now is using WebGL technology for enhancing users’ ability to interact with complex, compound math functions. The search giant in December added 2-D graphing to its delivery of computed answers for calculations…

Wolfram Alpha Brings Data Analysis to the Masses

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by Angela Guess Wolfram Alpha is doing their part to democratize data. Tomorrow the company  is releasing “a new, Pro option to its already existing services. Priced at a very reasonable $4.99 a month ($2.99 for students), the new services includes the ability to use images, files, and even your own data as inputs instead…

Why Stephen Wolfram Wants to Make .data a Reality

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…

Kids, Job-Seekers, Sun Worshippers: There’s (Or Will Be) A Mobile Semantic App For You

Recently the Semantic Web Blog let readers know about the IntelliVocab app from Faqden Labs. The semantics-infused app for the Android, iPhone and iPad, is aimed at helping students prepare for vocabulary sections of SAT, GRE and GMAT tests. The company now is aiming to re-purpose the data-meaning and collaborative interaction principles behind the technology…